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Slipknot Guitarist Charged With Disorderly Conduct After Knife Fight With Own Brother

Knife FightAs reported, Slipknot guitarist Mick Thomson was stabbed in the head after an early-morning knife fight with his brother Andrew. The two were urgently rushed to the hospital, but luckily neither of them was in a life threatening danger.

After the critical health issues were treated, the time had come for the two rascals to face the law. As Kerrang magazine reports, both Mick and Andrew were booked and released and will appear in court in the very near future.

At the moment, they are facing up to 30 days in jail, a fine between $65 and $625, or both. However, fans will likely be quite pleased with the fact that both brothers will be fine as far as their health is considered.

Slipknot are gearing up to rock several major events as a part of this year’s tour in support of their latest album “.5: The Gray Chapter,” including a performance at the Download Festival in UK in June. You can check out a detailed tour itinerary and ticket price info here.

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