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Mick Thomson: Slipknot Guitarist Stabbed In The Head By Brother

Wed, March 11, 2015 5:19pm EDT by Chris Rogers Add first Comment
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How scary. Slipknot guitarist Mick Thomson and his brother, Andrew Thomson, were reportedly rushed to the hospital on March 11, following a horrific knife fight with each other. Mick is said to have suffered a serious stab wound in the back of his head.

This is so gruesome. On March 11, Slipknot‘s guitarist, Mick Thomson, 41, allegedly got into a vicious knife fight with his brother, Andrew Thomson. They both sustained serious injuries — Mick got stabbed in the head — and they were raced to the hospital.

Mick Thomson Stabbed — Slipknot Guitarist Gets In Knife Fight With Brother

Luckily, police have said that none of the injuries were life-threatening, Billboard reports .

The scary incident reportedly took place during the early morning hours at Mick’s home in Clive, Iowa. And both brothers appeared to be drunk when police arrived on the scene, Billboard further reports.

Emergency personnel actually opted to take Mick and Andrew to the hospital in separate ambulances due to the state they were in. Currently, no charges have been filed.

Slipknot Preparing To Tour This Summer

The band is currently planning a headlining tour called Summer’s Last Stand. They’re expected to kick things off on July 24 in West Palm Beach, Florida, but that could definitely change, following this horrific incident.

Even worse, the band was planning on kicking a string of Spring shows off on April 25. The could potentially be postponed as well. Luckily, the band is on a break until then.

Our thoughts go out to Mick Thomson during this difficult time. We wish him a speedy recovery.

— Chris Rogers