Eagles of Death Metal have been forced to postpone their European tour for a second time.

Frontman Jesse Hughes tore a tendon in his finger, and the band has nixed seven shows in Europe that will be rescheduled this summer. Those include stops in Treviso, Turin and Rome, Italy; Nimes and Lille, France; Barcelona and Madrid, Spain; and Lisbon, Portugal. The tour will resume as planned on March 9 in Colombia. Their upcoming Canadian dates with Death From Above 1979 and U.S. festival appearances are unaffected. See the updated itinerary at the bottom of the page.

“I’m devastated that we cannot continue what has been a life-changing return to Europe,” Hughes said in a press release, “but I need to get repaired so we can continue to play rock music around this beautiful world, including coming back to Europe even stronger this summer.”

Eagles of Death Metal previously postponed their European tour following a terrorist attack at their concert in Paris in November. The band recently played their first show back in the French capital at the Olympia.

Eagles of Death Metal Tour
Feb. 27: Treviso, IT – New Age
Feb. 28: Turin, IT – 10100
Feb. 29: Rome, IT – Orion
March 2: Nimes, FR – La Paloma
March 3: Barcelona, ES – Apolo
March 4: Madrid, ES – Joy Eslava
March 5: Lisbon, PT – Coliseum
March 7: Lille, FR – Le Splendid
March 9: Bogota, CO - Armando Music Hall
March 12: Sao Paulo, BR - Lollapalooza Brazil
March 15: Sao Paulo, BR - Cine Joia
March 18: Buenos Aires, AR - Lollapalooza Argentina
March 19: Santiago, CL - Lollapalooza Chile
March 22: Auckland, NZ - Powerstation
March 24: Melbourne, AU - The Croxton
March 25: Melbourne, AU - The Croxton
March 26: Byron Bay, AU - Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm
March 27: Sydney, AU - Metro Theatre
March 29: Freemantle, AU - Metropolis
March 31: Melbourne, AU - The Croxton
April 26: Port Coquitlam, BC - PNE Forum *
April 28: Edmonton, AB - Shaw Conference Centre *
April 29: Calgary, AB - Grey Eagle Event Centre *
April 30: Saskatoon, SK - O’Brians Event Centre *
May 1: Winnipeg, MB - Burton Cummings Theatre *
May 4: London, ON - London Music Hall *
May 5: Montreal, QC - Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre *
May 6: Hamilton, ON - Hamilton Convention Centre *
May 7: Toronto, ON - The Opera House *
May 8: Quebec, QC - L’Imperial Bell *
May 10: Burlington, VT - Higher Ground
May 11: Providence, RI - Lupo’s
May 13: Lancaster, PA - Chameleon Club
May 14: Columbia, MD - Sweetlife Festival
May 15: Atlanta, GA - Shaky Knees Music Festival
June 3: New York, NY - Governors Ball Music Festival
July 23: San Bernadino, CA - Lost Highway Festival
Aug. 9: Katowice, PL - Mega Club
Aug. 11: Copenhagen, DK - Amager Bio
Aug. 12: Oslo, NO - Oya Festival
Aug. 15: Bremen, DE - Aladin
Aug. 16: Cologne, DE - Live Music Hall
Aug. 19: Grossposna, DE - Highfield Festival
Aug. 21: Biddinghuizen, NL - Lowlands Music Festival
Aug. 25: Charleville Meziere, FR - Cabaret Vert Festival
* = w/ Death From Above 1979