Death Angel drummer Will Carroll returns home after spending two weeks in ICU from COVID-19

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 26: (L-R) Damien Sisson, Will Carroll, Mark Osegueda, Rob Cavestany, and Ted Aguilar of Death Angel attend the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on January 26, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for The Recording Academy).


Finally is right! After touring with Europe with Testament and Exodus, drummer Will Carroll from Daly City’s own Death Angel tested positive for coronavirus, along with other crew members.

Earlier on, Carroll shared the below to  Blabbermouth saying:

“‘Rumors of my death have greatly been exaggerated’. I thought I’d start this post with a Mark Twain quote. But in all seriousness I can’t over express how everyone’s outpouring of love, support and positive energy was so important to me. Without getting too spiritual or sappy I honestly think you saved my life.

“When I was in a coma I was for 12 days your positive energy somehow got me through. I know I’m strong and resilient but not that strong.

“During my coma the doctors told me they had to pump my lungs of all fluid which was the equivalent of 5 pounds of beer they thought I was a goner for sure.

“It’s a hell of feeling talking to people who thought you weren’t going to make it. It completely blew my mind when I got a message from one of my idols Jay Jay French [from Twisted Sister]. A man who I don’t even know. Maybe he saw a picture of my TS tattoo. That just shows he’s pure class.

“You know when I was a kid I used to think TS’s lyrics were ‘Fuck you, it’s us against them’ but maybe that’s a bit shortsighted I think they’re more about the value of life and not squandering it.

“As I start this new chapter of my life I look forward to getting my chops back up to speed and getting some new files from Mr. Rob Cavestany which will eventually be DA’s 10 record. Until then I have the arguas [sic] task of Learning to walk and eat solid food.

“I love you all and thank you.”

Glad to see he’s finally home and recovery. For more on COVID-19, please visit 1077thebone.com/covid19.

 

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