Earlier today, it was reported that The Prodigy's lead singer Keith Flint died at the age of 49. The cause of death is not yet known but police are not treating it as suspicious.
His bandmates issued a statement on Twitter calling Flint a "true pioneer, innovator and legend".
It is with deepest shock and sadness that we can confirm the death of our brother and best friend Keith Flint. A true pioneer, innovator and legend. He will be forever missed.— The Prodigy (@the_prodigy) 4 March 2019
We thank you for respecting the privacy of all concerned at this time. pic.twitter.com/nQ3Ictjj7t
The London-born frontman's punk rock image and snarling vocals dominated the early 1990s with a string of hits including Firestarter, Breathe and Smack my Bi**h Up, all of which led to various MTV Video Music Awards, a BRIT Award for Best British Dance Act, and an NME Award for Best Dance Act.
Incredibly, all but one of The Prodigy's studio-albums reached number 1 including 2018's No Tourists.
The band toured Ireland numerous times, playing Dublin's 3Arena, Belfast's Odyssey Arena and, most recently, at Electric Picnic in Stradbally last September.
In 2008, Flint toured with Dublin band Fight Like Apes, whom The Prodigy hand-picked as support on their British tour. "They're an awesome band," Flint told The Irish Independent in 2009. "It's always hard to find groups who can tour with The Prodigy."
Whether he was on-stage or starring in one of the band's music videos, Flint was an energetic contortion of gnashing teeth, facial piercings, black eyeliner, endless tattoos, and bleached hair.
To put it simply, he was the face of British rave culture.
Both on stage and off, Flint had a truly iconic aesthetic that simply couldn't be replicated. Click through the gallery above to see some of the frontman's most stand-out style.