EXODUS Vocalist Suffers Stroke, Barely Clings To Life
Paul Baloff, the much-loved, inimitable vocalist for the veteran San Francisco thrashers EXODUS, has reportedly suffered a massive stroke and is said to be on life support and barely clinging to life at an Oakland hospital. Baloff suffered what was initially believed to be a brain aneurysm, but doctors have since determined what he actually experienced was a huge stroke. According to the hospital officials, Paul is not expected to survive and it is just a matter of time before he passes. We'll keep you posted on the details of these tragic developments as we get them.
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