We Came as Romans Members Remember the Late Kyle Pavone on Social Media: 'I Love You Forever'

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Following the death of We Came as Romans' Kyle Pavone, bandmates and associates are sharing tributes on social media in memory of the singer. Pavone, who joined the metalcore group in 2008, passed away at the age of 28. His cause of death has not been confirmed.   

"I love you forever," bassist Andy Glass wrote alongside a live performance photo.   

Guitarist Joshua Moore chose to post a personal snapshot, writing, "I love this picture so much because it shows you how I’ll always remember you. The craziest, goofiest, most funny and lovable kid. I miss you so much."    

Pavone's goofy antics were further saluted by drummer Eric Choi, who shared pictures of the singer with 100 chicken nuggets and raw eggs. "Two prime examples of how you had such a huge personality and desire to make the people around you laugh and smile," he wrote.   

"completely heartbroken and devastated," Paris Aikin, girlfriend of band member Lou Cotton, added. "we lost an incredible man today. @kylepavone thank you for always treating me like a sister you never really asked for, but still put up with. You were my go-to person for fart jokes and nonsense. You have no idea how much I will miss you. I love you forever goofball."

See their posts below.


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