Slipknot are postponing the first few weeks of their upcoming tour with Marilyn Manson and Of Mice & Men following frontman Corey Taylor’s “unplanned” spinal surgery.

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“I am recovering nicely, and all went well!” wrote the singer in an official statement. “I need a little recovery time before hitting the stage.”

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The tour will now officially begin on June 28 in Nashville, Tennessee. You can check out Taylor’s statement in full below.

“Regretfully, I’m sending this to our fans to inform you that we will be postponing the first couple of weeks of our upcoming U.S tour. Unfortunately, I had to undergo an unplanned spinal surgery. I am recovering nicely, and all went well! I need a little recovery time before hitting the stage. We will start the summer tour in Nashville on 6/28 and continue as previously scheduled. An update on the rescheduled dates will be available in the next few days. I hope you all understand and thanks for always having my back! Thank you"