Dryden Mitchell of Alien Ant Farm Slowly Making His Way Back After Crash





Alien Ant Farm are slowly trying to regain a sense of normalcy after their horrific bus crash in Spain this past May that killed the driver and left frontman Dryden Mitchell with a broken neck and possible paralysis. Mitchell is happily on his way back and in an interview with Rolling Stone discussed some of his rehab. He's been in an halo neck brace for three months and is just gradually working his way back into daily life routines. Not all is rectified yet, as he said,


"I have a lot of nerve damage. Dead fingertips, so its hard to play the guitar, and if I move my head down, my arms fall asleep. Weird sensations." He was well enough, however, to join 311 on stage earlier this month to sing their track "Homebrew," because, "

After all this happened, I wanted to sing (Nick Hexum's) line 'I won't ever be the same.'" Best of luck to the Riverside, CA, native on his recovery.




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Dryden Mitchell of Alien Ant Farm Slowly Making His Way Back After Crash