Last week, the music world lost a very talented DJ and producer.\nTim Bergling, better known by his stage name Avicii, made headlines around the globe with his sudden and tragic death. The music world and fans were all shocked.\nAfter the autopsy was performed, a statement was released by the superstar DJ's family insinuating that Bergling took his own life.\nREAD ALSO: Breaking News: Superstar DJ Avicii Has Died\nMore details have come out today surrounding Avicii's apparent suicide, and the details are pretty tragic and gruesome.\nTMZ is reporting details to a bunch of news outlets, and here is the takeaway.\nAvicii did, in fact, commit suicide on April 20 in Muscat, Oman.\nMultiple sources reported to TMZ that Avicii died from massive blood loss by taking his own life using "a shard of glass from a broken bottle."\nHis family's statement read that Bergling had said that he "could not go on any longer" and "wanted to find peace."\nLast October, Avicii had warned that he was "going to die" in a documentary film Avicii: True Stories\nThe DJ had seen lots of ups and downs in his career, most notably having undergone surgery due to excessive drinking and consumption. He retired from the "celebrity lifestyle" and touring in 2016 for personal health reasons.\nObviously, this break from the spotlight was not enough for Bergling and resulted in the tragic incident of him taking his own life and removing his star from the world.\nAn official police statement has not been released as of yet.\nThis speaks volumes to the state of mental health in the entertainment industry. Having notoriety on that level can be the worst thing for people who suffer from any type of mental illness.\nOne of my favourite artists today, Marina Diamandis (Marina and the Diamonds) had some choice words to say on this matter, and I'd say she hit the nail right on the head.\nThe music industry needs help in understanding the mental and physical health issues that are a direct result of long-term touring. Exhaustion + severe anxiety are a reality for many artists, a fact which is often hidden/ glossed over by imagery and financial success.— Marina (@MarinaDiamandis) April 30, 2018\nHeartbroken after watching Tim/ Avicii’s ‘True Stories’ documentary. His death is a complete tragedy and a huge loss to music. I never met him but my heart aches with the feeling that things could have been different.— Marina (@MarinaDiamandis) April 29, 2018\nThoughts and prayers go out to Bergling's friends and family, and to any artist or person facing mental illness and issues of depression, please seek out the proper resources.\nThis should not have happened.\nIf you or anyone you know have is struggling with any of the above mentioned topics or having thoughts on harming themselves, please reach out to a trusted peer, parent or counsellor. You can also contact a local help line which is available 24 hours a day to talk. Or click here, for additional resources.