Isaac Holman, The Frontman For Cult Rockers Slaves, Has Been Hospitalised After Accidentally Injuring Himself With A Knife.
The British band has rescheduled a show in Sheffield, England show on Tuesday (19May15) following the incident.
A message from the drummer/singer on the band's Twitter.com page reads: "Tonight's gig in Sheffield has been cancelled. Last night I had an accident involving a kitchen knife and ended up in the hospital. They stitched me up but I can't play the drums for a little while. I'm really sorry."
A later message continues: "The show has been rescheduled for Wednesday the 24th of June. Hope you can all still make it."
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