The first leg of the tour will now kick-off on November 8 at Jannus Landing in Tampa, and end November 22 at St. Andrews in Detroit.

The rest of the previously announced dates will remain the same following November 8 with the exception of Providence, R.I., on November 16, which has been cancelled. All rescheduled shows will take place in December and the exact dates should be announced soon.

“We can’t wait to get out on the road and show everyone what we’ve been up to for the past year and a half,” said Hoppus. “We will get the word out with the new dates in the next couple of days.”

Last week, Barker revealed that he broke his arm while shooting a video. The injury was exacerbated after playing seven shows on a European promo tour.

Under doctor’s orders, the drummer is to remain off of his right arm for eight weeks.

The band’s debut album, When Your Hear Stops Beating, will be released November 14.