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Eyes Set To Kill Cancels Upcoming Tour Dates Due To Health Issue

Last Tuesday while performing at the Aftershock Bar & Grill in Kansas, Eyes Set To Kill bass player Anissa Rodriguez was taken to the hospital for problems with her eye.

She was later diagnosed with a blood clot behind her left eye and was hospitalized until yesterday when the doctor let her go home back to Arizona, but she will be on bed rest for the next couple of weeks.

The band has now officially cancelled the remainder of upcoming tour dates in July as a result and hope to get back on the road and make up shows soon. Singer/guitarist and sister Alexia Rodriguez has released this statement:

"Eyes Set To Kill must unfortunately cancel the rest of our tour dates in July due to the recent discovery of a blood clot behind my sister Anissa's eye. I have witnessed my sister go through some painful procedures and I am thankful that I have had the chance to be by her side through it all. The doctor said she is going to need a couple weeks to recover and I will continue to stay by her side to help her back to health.

"We want to thank all the fans for their love and understanding. We also hope to make up for our cancelled appearances somehow, someway. This past week has been a scary journey but I am just happy I could be here for her through the most excruciating experience and we are both so thankful to have been reading all of the love from our devoted fans and family. I truly believe their prayers helped her spirits and sped up her healing process."

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