"Death Angel" drummer says he met Satan while in coronavirus coma and it was a woman
Drummer of California heavy metal band Death Angel, Will Carroll said he met Satan while he was in 12-day coronavirus coma.
In his interview to the San Francisco Chronicle Carroll said that he had visions of the afterlife when he was in coma. Carroll was tested positive for coronavirus after the band’s European tour in early March. Carroll told Chronicles that he met Satan and that the Dark Lord was actually a woman. The drummer added that he was punished for sloth and turned him into a giant creature vomiting with blood until he had a heart attack.
“I woke up on the hospital bed with tubes coming in and out of me, and there was a nurse right there and my first words were, ‘Am I still in hell?’ She ignored me," Carroll said.
Carroll’s heart failed multiple times several days after several days of experiencing extreme symptoms, including heavy liquid in his lungs. The heart attacks were caused by the medication.
The drummer turned 47 last week joked he didn’t believe “Satan’s quite as cool as I used to.” He said that this afterlife experience opened his eyes and forced him to overthink his lifestyle limiting his substance use to “the occasional hard cider” and marijuana edibles.