"On Saturday, August 25, we lost our son, our brother, our best friend, and bandmate to an accidental overdose," the statement begins.
Pavone was 28 at the time of his death. To commemorate his memory and help others struggling with addiction, donations are now being accepted through the Kyle Pavone Foundation. Proceeds from the foundation will go toward aiding artists in their search for treatment and healing.
"The opposite of addiction is connection," the statement continues. "If you are feeling disconnected or lost, there is help. Please take action, whether that is talking to your families or friends, meeting with a counselor, or joining a support group. If you are a friend or family member of someone who is struggling, do not be silent!"
Pavone's life will be celebrated at a public memorial event at the Fillmore in Detroit in early October.
If you or someone you know needs help with addiction and are able, please call the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration or the Drug Abuse Hotline.