Peter-Steele-Obituary

Peter Steele

Obituary

Peter Steele, vocalist and bassist for the platinum selling band Type O Negative, has died at 48.

He died of apparent heart failure, though the official cause of death has yet to be determined pending autopsy results.

The Brooklyn-based band released seven studio albums. Their breakout success was 1993's platinum-selling Bloody Kisses, featuring "Black No.1 (Little Miss Scare-All)" and the band's cover of Seals And Crofts' "Summer Breeze." Though they scored few subsequent commercial successes in the U.S., the band toured extensively and enjoyed a large European fan base.

The funeral services will be private and memorial services will be announced at a future date.

Guest Book

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You will always be alive in my dreams. Nothing can end the respect and admiration I have for you Peter.

Thank you for inspiring me to write songs that express things that I sometimes dont want to face. Your voice and your music touched my heart and will stay with me forever.

You will be always in my heart. From Poland with love

Deeply missed and forever in my heart.

Peter, your voice made Type O Negative, you are deeply missed man....

RIP & God Bless...

DJ Donnelly, Exec Chairman
Triumph Donnelly Studios Corporation
http://triumphdonnellystudios.com

BORN 67. LISTENED TO YOU SINCE THE 90S. ADORED YOU ALWAYS. LAMENTED YOUR DEATH. MISS YOU STILL.

You're greatly missed

In fact, I discovered you and your music after your death. Complicated, sensitive, with an unusual, sensual voice. A beautiful man and a unique human being. My love for you is late but I will always miss you. I hope you are in a good place with your loved ones, I pray for it. Rest in peace, beloved Peter.