Prodigy frontman Keith Flint's cause of death has been officially revealed by a United Kingdom coroner's office.
Coroner's officer Lynsey Chaffe said: "Police attended, all protocols were followed and his death was confirmed as not suspicious".
A post-mortem examination was carried out at Broomfield Hospital on March 7 and the provisional medical cause of death was recorded as hanging.
A full toxicology report was ordered and should be revealed on July 23rd, based on the report.
Flint, who was known for his wild dancing and for his iconic double-mohawk died on March 4 at the age of 49.
The anti-establishment band The Prodigy was spawned by the United Kingdom illegal rave scene in the 1990s, but as mainstream tastes changed, later found their way to the top of the charts with the singles "Firestarter" and "Breathe". He was only 49 years old.
"I'm shell shocked, f**kin angry, confused and heart broken.... r.i.p brother Liam".
BBC Radio 2 DJ Jo Whiley said Flint was an "absolute sweetheart" and an "incredible iconic frontman with a soft centre".
He was described in a statement by Howlett and fellow bandmate Maxim as "a true pioneer, innovator and legend".
Referring to their 2006 album Empire, they added: "Remembering the special times we had together making Empire".
The band had only recently released their seventh studio album, No Tourists, in November previous year, and had embarked on a world tour.
"RIP KEITH FLINT. I remember when Firestarter came out".
The Prodigy have also thanked their fans for the massive support that they've received following the sad news.