Eyes Set To Kill bassist suffering with blood clot

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Anisssa Rodriguez, bassist with Eyes Set To Kill, has been admitted to hospital after being diagnosed with a blood clot.

The bass guitarist is being closely monitored by doctors, with the band’s manager asking for fans’ prayers.

Posting on Eyes Set To Kill’s Facebook page, manager Daniel Vega wrote: “Anissa formed a blood clot behind her eye and is currently in the hospital. She is being monitored to determine what the next procedure will be to help assure a safe and speedy recovery.

“I’m sure you can imagine the severity of the situation and the good thing is she has the best care available.

“This is truly going to be a day by day development. Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers.”

The band were due to embark upon a Norther American tour with Head PE this week, but have cancelled early dates in light of Rodriquez’s hospitalisation.

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Paul McCartney receives ‘successful medical treatment’ in Tokyo

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As has been widely reported, Paul McCartney was hospitalised in Japan recently, leading to the postponement of several tour dates.

Representatives for McCartney have now released an official statement saying that the musician was indeed admitted to hospital in Tokyo, and has now received “successful medical treatment.” The statement read: “Since contracting a virus last week that led to the postponement of tour dates, Paul received successful medical treatment at a hospital in Tokyo. He will make a complete recovery and has been ordered to take a few days rest. Paul has been extremely moved by all the messages and well wishes he has received from fans all over the world.”

McCartney postponed two dates in Tokyo last weekend, explaining that he had come down with a virus and was told by doctors not to perform. A message on his website confirmed the cancelled dates with doctors ordering him to have a “complete rest” and that he “hates to let people down”. Later this week, all his Japanese tour dates were cancelled, to be re-scheduled at a later date.

McCartney’s next confirmed live dates are a 19-stop US tour beginning in June.

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