Also RIP Keith Flint. Never a fan of the Prodigy, but the reasons and cause of his death are particularly sad, and we all here know how it feels to lose a musical hero, so sympathy to all the family, friends and fans, along with those of Mark.
The Prodigy were heroes of my youth, being a 90's kid. I wasn't terribly interested in their latest activities any more but they remain old idols from back then for me. I was really surprised to hear about his sudden suicide, he never seemed the kind of guy to get so badly into depression, or whatever else the real reason was. Besides, as much as he played the badass punk guy on stage, everybody who knew him says off-stage he was the nicest and friendliest man ever. Brian May says he met him once, first trying to avoid him since he thought these young boys with their hardcore attitude would hate a band like Queen, and to his surprise Flint turned to be a humble man who felt honored to meet a member of a legendary and inspirational band. Keith Flint might not have been the greatest musician on Earth but no matter what he was a good performer who remained grounded enough to stay a normal person in real life. Besides Prodigy he had a very short-lived other band named "Flint" who recorded only one album that wasn't even published officially for whatever reasons, just two songs off it made it into an also short-lived TV series called "Hellsing". The material of this band - a real band with a drummer, a bassist and a guitarist - is just as good, if not better than Prodigy's.