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Drummer's Injury Forced Tool to Postpone Its North American Tour

February 23, 2007 (8:16 am) GMT
Grammy-award winning pro-rock band Tool postponed its North American tour due to drummer Danny Carey's arm injury.

It is absolutely unfortunate for that they have to postpone their forthcoming North American tour after drummer Danny Carey injured his arm.

On the cancellation, the band's Web site reported Wednesday Feb 21st Carey tore a bicep over the weekend and underwent surgery Wednesday morning. The surgery went well, but Carey won't recover in time for the planned start of the tour on March 15 at the Pearl in Las Vegas.

Rescheduled dates have yet to be announced. Tickets had been scheduled to go on sale Saturday morning Feb 24th, but the on-sale date will be rescheduled.

The North American tour, which is a 30-date spring tour, is the Grammy-award winning pro-rock band's second outing behind their sixth and latest LP, "."

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