Paul Bostaph Feared Losing His Ability To Play

09/12/2011
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(Rock News Desk) Paul Bostaph admits he's taken a long time to deal with his injured wrist because he was concerned surgery might leave him unable to play drums.

The Testament and ex-Slayer sticksman has been sidelined since an accident in March raised a lump on his tendon. He wasn't able to record for Testament's next album and has had to sit out the band's tour dates.

Bostaph tells 107.7 The Bone that the lump appeared after he'd fallen over in his rehearsal studio. "I wasn't sure what it was," he explains. "What it turned out to be was, I was born with what they call an extensor muscle that was attached to my index finger off my right hand, which is an extra muscle." more on this story

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