MINISTRY Guitarist Suffering From Kidney Stones

Guitarist Sinhue "Sin" Quirin of MINISTRY and REVOLTING COCKS has issued the following update:

"For those that don't know, I was taken to the hospital on January 1 at around 5 a.m. [It was] my first time in an ambulance... not fun. I had excruciating lower left abdominal pain. It was the worst pain EVER.

"Long story short, it was kidney stones... I'm feeling better now. I just hope they dissolve 'cause I don't want to go through that EVER AGAIN.

"Thanks to everyone for your well wishes and messages."

Sin's recent credits include co-writing the latest MINISTRY record, "The Last Sucker" (2007, 13th Planet Records), and playing guitar on MINISTRY's "Cover Up" album (2008, 13th Planet Records). He also co-wrote the REVOLTING COCKS album "Sex-O Olympic-O" (2009, 13th Planet Records).


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