Slipknot‘s Mick Thomson is now seeing the legal consequences from the knife fight that went down recently which saw him and his brother end up in the hospital. According to the Des Moines Register, Thomson and his brother have now been charged with disorderly conduct due to the incidentfor the fight.
The incident took place early in the morning on March 11, involving a physical altercation between Thomson and his brother. Police found the brothers outside of Thomson’s home, who according to reports, both appeared to be intoxicated. Both sustained injuries due to the incident.
None of the injuries sustained were life threatening and both brothers were eventually released after being checked out at the hospital.
Both brothers are expected to appear in court on March 30. Both brothers are looking at fines up to $625 or spending up to 30 days in jail depending on the court’s decision.
Slipknot is set to kick off a spring tour on April 25 in Fort Myers, Florida. Dates for the tour can be found here.