My Chemical Romance producer Doug McKean “unexpectedly” died. He was 54. 

An official obituary (by way of Loudwire) lately confirmed McKean’s demise, saying that the engineer and music producer died on June 29.

The identical assertion disclosed that he died of a mind hemorrhage.

Based on the Headway, The Mind Harm Affiliation, it happens when there’s bleeding in or across the mind because of a ruptured aneurysm or blow to the pinnacle. It stays unknown what led McKean to endure from it.

My Chemical Romance shared a black and white photograph of him on Instagram, paying tribute to their long-time collaborator.

“My Chemical Romance misplaced Doug McKean, an expensive pal, a collaborator, a companion, a brother, a problem-solver, a genius, an integral a part of our music. Doug was somebody who made us chortle, made us higher, understood, and all the time got here to the rescue. He’s deeply missed. He all the time shall be,” the band mentioned.

Doug McKean’s Life, Profession

Within the years earlier than his demise, McKean performed an enormous position within the largest rock albums, together with the works by My Chemical Romance.

He began his profession by Reel Hits Recording Studio earlier than launching his music profession with Jerry Harrison, Chris Franz, and Tina Weymouth.

In 2001, McKean expanded his profession in Los Angeles and started working with producer Rob Cavallo. Amongst their collaborative tasks embrace Inexperienced Day’s “American Fool” and Dave Matthews Band’s “Huge Whisky & the GrooGrux King.”

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His title additionally appeared within the works by Goo Goo Dolls, Phil Collins, Much less Than Jake, Jewel, Shinedown, Paramore, Avril Lavigne, Adelitas Method, Jack’s Model, Weezer, Stay, Sum 41, Easy Plan, and Meat Loaf, to call a couple of.

In the meantime, his relationship with My Chemical Romance began when he engineered the band’s hit album, “Welcome to the Black Parade” in 2006. In 2010, he recurred his position in “Hazard Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys.”

McKean lent his expertise for the final time when he labored on My Chemical Romance’s comeback single “The Foundations Of Decay.”

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