Flea Honors Drummer of the Dead Kennedys 

Peligro, a drummer for The Dead Kennedys, died Friday in an accident at his Los Angeles residence.

On Saturday, a spokesperson for the band shared the terrible news via Instagram.

Following the passing of percussionist D.H. Peligro at the age of 63, Flea has paid tribute to him.

According to police on the site, he died as a result of head damage caused by an unintentional fall.

Peligro, born Darren Henley, joined The Dead Kennedys in 1981 and debuted on the EP In God We Trust.

Peligro took over as drummer for the Red Hot Chilli Peppers in 1988, replacing Jack Irons.

Singer Anthony Kiedis and Bassist Flea decided to fire Peligro due to his drugs and alcohol issues.

But Flea was the first to tribute the late drummer.