Ex Of mice & Men Frontman Austin Carlile Has Failed Surgery
Ex Of Mice & Men vocalist Austin Carlile has today revealed that he will need to go for more surgery tomorrow, as his emergency surgery after locating cysts on his spine that took place yesterday was unsuccessful.
We first saw sight of Carlile’s health struggles when he revealed an update on how his condition was progressing to his loyal fans via his personal Instagram story.
“Been in hospital the past few days, was taken by helicopter to San Jose, Costa Rica yesterday morning…”
“My team discovered 2 cysts growing on my low spine. I head into the operation room at 6 PM today…”
According to Carlile, medical professionals in Puerto Rico had discovered two cysts on his spine which would require him to have emergency surgery.
Following the social media updates, Carlile also reached out to his fans and asked them to pray for him as he faces this troubling time head on.
“It has been a rough 8 months, not out of the woods yet, the fight continues on, I must as well. Please keep me in your prayers this evening,” he said.
The news of the unsuccessful surgery broke when Carlile posted to his Instagram stories earlier today.
The Instagram story read:
“My surgery last night was not successful…”
“My medical team is keeping me hospitalized and I will be going BACK under tomorrow morning for yet another surgery…”
The ex Of Mice & Men frontman had announced his departure from Of Mice & Men in late December of 2016. Following the news, Aaron Pauley, Alan Ashby, Phil Manansala and Valentino Arteaga announced that they would continue as a four-piece band, and have since released new music without Carlile.
We will continue to post updates on Carlile’s condition as they’re posted. Our thoughts are with Austin and his family in this tough time.
Carlile has also requested for fans to pray for him throughout his surgery.