Death Angel Drummer Will Carroll Is Out of the ICU and Back Home
At last, here’s some much-needed good news: Death Angel drummer Will Carroll has finally returned home after several weeks spent in the ICU.
Testament, Exodus, and Death Angel recently completed a European tour together, which left Carroll, Exodus guitarist Gary Holt, Testament’s Chuck Billy and Steve DiGiorgio, and several members of the bands’ touring crews infected with COVID-19.
Holt first revealed that Carroll had been hospitalized with COVID-19 on March 20. A week later, Billy confirmed that Carroll was in the ICU, and revealed that the drummer was on a ventilator. On April 2, Carroll released a statement in which he divulged that he’d been in a coma for twelve days, but was, at last, on the mend.
Now Lambgoat reports that Carroll’s fiancée, Leeshawn Navarro, took to social media yesterday (April 6) to announce that “Will is finally home!!!!!”
I’m sure I speak for everyone here at MetalSucks when I say we’re RELIEVED Carroll has recovered enough to be at home. Here’s hoping his health only continues to improve.
Meanwhile, both Holt and Billy have said that they’re feeling much better since contracting the virus. Unfortunately, we haven’t had an update on DiGiorgio’s condition since his diagnosis was revealed last week.