Sean Killian from Vio-Lence hospitalized with COVID-19
Metal injection reports that ViolenceSean Killian’s lead singer has been hospitalized with COVID-19. Killian revealed on the group’s official Instagram that he was hospitalized on August 19 after contracting the virus from a friend.
“I feel a lot better but my lung capacity is diminished right now,” Killian’s statement read. “My oxygen uptake is good and all of my other symptoms are gone. I will have a recovery period which will take some time. I’m sorry we had to adjust our schedule, but at the moment I can’t play to the level that our fans and the band expect and deserve.
Vio-Lence was scheduled to make an appearance at Psycho Las Vegas’ “Live at Brick by Brick” event on August 26 in San Diego, CA and their “Live at Don Quixote” event on August 27 in Los Angeles, CA.
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