Ryan Sieve, guitarist of metalcore band Polaris, dies at age 26 – 104.5 WOKV

Ryan Sieve, the guitarist for the metalcore band Polaris, died June 19, the band announced Tuesday. He was 26 years old.

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Australian band shared this news in a instagram post, stating that its “best friend and artistic spouse” Sieve had passed away. No cause of death was given.

The group said, “He was kind and smart, he was funny and brave and creative, and he was talented beyond all measure.” wrote, “He loved art and beauty in all its forms. He loved good food in good company. He loved Harry Potter and psych-thrillers and crime documentaries. He loved music more than you could ever imagine, and spoke its language in a way that only a rare few of us do.

“And above all, he loved and respected his family and friends. He was also admired and loved by many. Ryan, we will love and miss you for the rest of our lives, and we will never fill the void you left behind in all of our lives.”

The band was preparing for the release of their latest album, “Fatalism”, on 1 September. CNN informed of. The group was on a promotional tour of Europe last week announced stated on Instagram that they would be canceling tour dates “due to a serious personal crisis in our family”.

Polaris was formed in 2012 and Siew joined the band the following year. Los Angeles Times informed of.

According to the paper, he released his debut album, “The Mortal Coil” in 2017 and “The Death of Me” three years later.

Siew shared a picture of himself in January InstagramLying in a hospital bed while plugging in multiple machines times informed of. It was not clear why he was in the hospital, saying only that he was “working on himself.”

“For the first time, as far back as I can remember, I am happy to say that I am no longer taking any antidepressants, no longer living with constant brain fog and lethargy. However I have also had some health concerns which have been quite worrying,” Siev wrote, “In the midst of it all, I feel like I am back on track to being the best version of myself. I am learning new things, growing and most importantly I am healing. I’m sorry for keeping quiet, leaving so many of you in the dark, hurting the people I love most in the process of all this chaos, but I’m grateful for all the patience and support I’ve received Am.

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