LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess) Travis Barker, drummer for Blink-182, is reportedly back in the hospital shortly after being released.
Barker was released from a Los Angeles hospital on Monday evening after being treated for blood clots in his harms but returned Tuesday morning, according to TMZ. He’s apparently battling a staph infection and cellulitis, an infection of the skin, as well as the clots. Doctors are monitoring to see how he responds to blood thinners and to make sure the clots don’t travel to his heart or lungs, according to TMZ.
Blink-182 recently canceled shows fro their Las Vegas residency at The Palms because of Barker’s condition. The band is expected to make up the dates in the fall.
LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess) Tim Lambesis, lead singer of As I Lay Dying, is back together with the band after serving time for attempting to kill his wife.
Lambesis pleaded guilty to trying to hire a person to kill Meggan Lambesis. Tim Lambesis gave an undercover agent $1,000 in cash and instructions on how to kill her, including her photo, address, security-gate code and dates when he would be with his children, giving him an alibi. He pleaded guilty to the crime and served two years of a six-year sentence.
Over the weekend, Lambesis performed with the band in San Diego, the first time since May 2013, according to the the Associated Press.
Lambesis apologized to his ex-wife and his children on a Facebook post in December.
“Words cannot begin to express how deeply sorry I am for the hurt that I have caused,” Lambesis wrote. “There is no defense for what I did, and I look back on the person I became with as much disdain as many of you likely do.”
The Grammy-nominated, Christian-inspired band played to a packed house and Lambesis said he and his bandmates were thankful.
“We’re not only thankful for you guys, we’re thankful for each other,” he told fans. “We’re thankful for the relationships we’ve rebuilt. We’re very, very excited about that.”
As I Lay Dying released a new single on June 7 called “My Own Grave.”