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Metal Drummer Says He Met Satan In Coronavirus Coma

The drummer with thrash metal band, Death Angel, has awoken from a coronavirus coma with a terrifying message for the world.

The drummer,Will Carroll, claims that when he was in the coma he descended into hell and met the devil.

Carroll, 47, was comatosed on a ventilator in critical condition at the California Pacific Medical Center for two weeks in March after coming back from a European tour.

His first words when he woke up were: ‘Am I still in hell?’.

Speaking about his experience, Carroll claimed he descended into hell and met Satan who was a woman. Satan forced him to vomit blood until he had a heart attack.

Then he awoke with ‘tubes coming in and out of me, and there was a nurse right there’.

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We’d like to take this opportunity to thank all of you for your overwhelming support, well wishes, and kind words regarding our friend and brother Will Carroll. The messages have reached us and all of his loved ones. We ask that you keep putting that wonderful energy out there for him. It will help all of us, and most importantly Will, to get through all of this. We also ask that at this very sensitive time to also please respect his family’s space and privacy, as well as ours regarding this matter, as we all want the same result…Will’s full recovery as soon as possible. Once again, we all truly appreciate the incredible support and love for him! Please keep it up! We look forward to reuniting with all of you on the other side of this sensitive time that is new to all of us. Until then… Please be safe and kind to each other! We’re all in this together…And United we’ll live forever!! With love, DEATH ANGEL

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Carroll considers this experience a rebirth and has claimed he will change many aspects of his lifestyle.

He said:

I’m still going to listen to satanic metal, and I still love Deicide and bands like that. As far as for my personal life and my experience of what I went through, I don’t think Satan’s quite as cool as I used to.

Scary stuff.

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