Silverstein Guitarist Surgery

2014-01-29 by Could you watch your friends turn into your enemies? | 18 Comments
Paul Marc Rousseau, lead guitarist of Silverstein, is currently in a hospital in Cornwall, Ontario after receiving emergency abdominal surgery last night. He had been feeling pain before their show that night, but performed regardless and checked in to a hospital afterwards. The exact nature of the problem was not revealed, though the band has announced that he made it through the ordeal. The band's upcoming shows in Windsor, Kitchener, and Hamilton are being rescheduled, though the band currently hopes Rousseau will have recovered in time to avoid postponing their upcoming Etobicoke show (currently scheduled for February 7th).

To read the band's full announcement, follow the link below:

altpress.com/news/entry/silverstein_guitarist_hospitalized

Tagged: Silverstein

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Cormano
January 29th 2014
997 Comments


rip

SadAndHolyGlow
January 29th 2014
1581 Comments


oh noez. Hope he's okay.

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Apollo
January 29th 2014
10392 Comments


meh

intotheshit
January 29th 2014
3638 Comments


That's what happens when you swallow more than 48 fluid ounces of sperm a day.

Sconza
January 29th 2014
267 Comments


Do you speak from experience?

intotheshit
January 29th 2014
3638 Comments


No, but I had a conversation with your mother about it.

Cormano
January 29th 2014
997 Comments


wow, clever

TheSpirit
January 30th 2014
18736 Comments


Silverstein has a "lead" guitarist ?

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Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
January 30th 2014
51603 Comments


silverstein fucking rule

StolenIdentity
January 30th 2014
252 Comments


"That's what happens when you swallow more than 48 fluid ounces of sperm a day"

I don't normally ever respond to the senseless, pathetic drivel that the scum of the world cowardly post on internet forums on a daily basis, but fuck me, this is just ridiculous.

lucasjcockcroft
January 30th 2014
3720 Comments


still preformed
that rules, like silverstein, but this sucks

XXXGORESDXXX
January 30th 2014
6 Comments


Please be OK mann

paradox1216
Contributing Reviewer
January 30th 2014
729 Comments


Hope it went well. These guys write some catchy stuff, would be a shame to lose any member

swordsforhands
January 30th 2014
513 Comments


Good band, hope the dude will be alright.

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F0RBES
January 31st 2014
278 Comments


wow some people here are apparently 16 and very unfunny.

hopefully he's okay. don't like the band.

chug73
January 31st 2014
1438 Comments


intotheshit is rly funny.

PorcelainRain
January 31st 2014
537 Comments


I love discovering the waterfront

chug73
January 31st 2014
1438 Comments


I remember being all emo and lame and crushing on girls while listening to this.



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