Petite hospitalisation du côté des Slipknot

Petite hospitalisation du côté des Slipknot

Jim Root, le guitariste du groupe Slipknot, vient d’être hospitalisé.

Et oui, c’est le risque du métier qui l’a rendu sur ce lit d’hôpital. Au programme, un changement de disque au doigt. Il explique qu’après son passage à Louisville pour le Louder Than Life, il a été admis à l’hôpital pour subir l’opération qui s’est faite hier matin. Il dit aussi qu’il va faire plus attention sur scène et être moins mobile pour se réadapter.

Si on se réfère à la photo, Jim s’est bien remis de ce séjour à l’hôpital.

It's been awhile since I've posted… a quick update before I disappear again. First of all, many many thanks to all of you for the birthday wishes. Thank you. From the bottom of my heart I appreciate it. 2nd of all… seems as if fractured vertebrae and hemorrhaged disks are an occupational hazard for metal bands. So. Early in the morning after Louder Than Life in Louisville I flew out for disk replacement surgery. Had the procedure this morning and other than being a bit sore and spun out from jet lag and Norco's it's all good. Although I won't be as "mobile" onstage as before I'm looking very forward to the upcoming Knotfest shows and places we'll be going in between… And lastly. That wasn't quick. I spent way too much time typing all this out and most of you guys will lose interest and probably not even read the entire thing! Dicks. 😉 this message brought to you by Norco narcotics. See ya…. #neckbreaker #ughlife #knotfest #yermother #sweetfuckinbooties.

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