BIOHAZARD's Schuler Checks In..And Out

January 29, 2002

BIOHAZARD drummer Danny Schuler has posted the following message via the group's official web site at “What up my friends! It's been a while since the last update, sorry, we just been so busy, so much has happened! Unfortunately, we were forced to cancel 9 shows on our US tour. [Guitarist] Billy [Graziadei] hurt his ankle onstage in Salt Lake City, he thought it was getting better, then when we got home, it got a lot worse. So we took 2 weeks off, hopefully it will be all good for our upcoming Tour Against Terrorism in Europe, starting on Jan. 30th in Germany.

“We just finished a US tour with our good friends in CLUTCH. We had a great time seeing all our friends out there and are hoping to return to the US touring scene this summer. As you all know, we'll go anywhere to play for our people! We'll have a few BIG announcements coming soon, you'll be the first to know, I promise. All righty then, time for me to get back to life, see you all soon! DANNY

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