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== Death ==
 
== Death ==
 
''Main article: [[Death of Peter Steele]]''
 
''Main article: [[Death of Peter Steele]]''
Peter Steele was enjoying his healthy life free of drugs and alcohol at his home in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and was looking forward to making another Type O Negative record. However on April 14, 2010 Peter Steele died reportedly of a heart failure at the age of just 48. Further autopsy revealed that he died from {{wp|aortic aneurysm}}, which is abnormal enlargement of aorta in his heart. But a 2018 allege file report admitted that he died from {{wp|diverticulitis}} that went untreated.
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Peter Steele was enjoying his healthy life free of drugs and alcohol at his home in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and was looking forward to making another Type O Negative record. However on April 14, 2010 Peter Steele died reportedly of a heart failure at the age of just 48. Further autopsy revealed that he died from {{wp|aortic aneurysm}}, which is abnormal enlargement of aorta in his heart. But a 2018 report by ''Estate'' said that he died from {{wp|diverticulitis}} that went untreated.
   
 
Prior to his death, Steele was preparing to write and record a new Type O Negative album. In November 2010, the remaining members of Type O Negative decided to dissolve the band rather than looking for somebody to replace Steele, with [[Johnny Kelly]] stating "Even if there is somebody who could take his place it wouldn't matter. We don't have any interest in continuing. It's impossible – it hasn't even come up in any kind of discussion. When Peter died, Type O Negative died with him."
 
Prior to his death, Steele was preparing to write and record a new Type O Negative album. In November 2010, the remaining members of Type O Negative decided to dissolve the band rather than looking for somebody to replace Steele, with [[Johnny Kelly]] stating "Even if there is somebody who could take his place it wouldn't matter. We don't have any interest in continuing. It's impossible – it hasn't even come up in any kind of discussion. When Peter died, Type O Negative died with him."

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