The former drummer Ola Brunkert for one of the world’s most successful bands ABBA, was found dead with cuts to his neck in the garden of his house in the coastal apartment complex of Betlem in the municipality of Arta, in the eastern part of Mallorca.

A neighbor of him found the body on Sunday evening in his garden.

An autopsy was carried out and confirmed that it was an accident. The initial investigations showed that the 62-year-old Ola Brunkert hit a glass door in his dining room and his neck was cut by the glass. He used a towel to wrap around his neck and ran out to seek help, but collapsed in the garden.

Ola Brunkert first played with ABBA on the group’s first single, “People Need Love,” and toured with the band in 1977, 1979 and 1980.

ABBA, with the four regular members Agnetha Faltskog, Anni-Frid Lyngstad, Ulvaeus and Andersson, has stopped their performance together since 1982, but their albums are still selling nearly 3 million records a year.