Update: The body of Bob Bielarz was found at approximately 10AM today (June 23).

Sad news to report as guitarist Bob Bielarz is presumed dead following a boating accident that also killed his wife, Viengsavnh Bielarz, and friend Jeremy Muzika. The bodies of Muzika and Viengsavnh were both found Saturday (June 21) in Chicago's Cal-Sag Channel. Meanwhile. Bob Bielarz has yet to be found, but the search has turned from rescue to recovery.

Bob Bielarz (also known as B-Larz) played in the Chicago nu-metal band No One from 2000-2003 and again when the band reunited in 2010. No One released one self-titled album in 2001 via Immortal Records and even played alongside Mudvayne, Drowning Pool, Hatebreed and others on the Second Stage of Ozzfest 2001, which was headlined by Black Sabbath.

No One also performed as a part of the Pledge of Allegiance tour, which was co-headlined by Slipknot and System of a Down.

According to the Chicago Tribune, the boating accident occurred on June 20 when the victims' 19-foot boat collided with a 66-foot barge, destroying the smaller vessel. As mentioned, the bodies of Bielarz's wife, Viengsavnh, and friend, Jeremy Muzika (who played in a local cover band with Bob), were found. Unfortunately, the rescue mission to find Bob Bielarz has turned into a recovery mission.

Our thoughts are with all who lost their lives in the accident, as well as their family and friends. Remember Bob Bielarz by listening to No One's 'Chemical' in the video below.

No One, 'Chemical'