Scott Weiland, the former front man for the Stone Temple Pilots, died of a toxic combination of drugs and alcohol, according to the Hennepin County Medical Examiner.

Weiland, 48, died of “mixed drug toxicity,” the coroner’s report said. Cocaine, alcohol and methylenedioxyamphetamine (MDA) were found in his bloodstream. MDA, also known as “sally” or “the love drug,” is chemically related to the drug ecstasy.

According to the Star Tribune, the report also indicated a history of heart disease and multi-substance dependence. His death was ruled accidental.

He was found dead in his tour bus on Dec. 3 in Bloomington. Police said cocaine was found in his bedroom. He had been scheduled to play in Rochester.

He fronted the Stone Temple Pilots in the '90s. They were best known for the hits “Plush” and “Interstate Love Song.” Stone Temple Pilots would go on to be one of the best-selling rock acts of the mid-1990s.

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