Travis Barker, the drummer from Blink-182, has received medical clearance to re-join the band on their Las Vegas residency next week.
Barker, who was diagnosed with blood clots in both arms in June, was forced to cancel several dates of the band's tour, including their appearance at the Riot Festival in September as he was told that "drumming will aggravate inflammation in [his] arms."
Hospitalized after his car collided with a school bus, Barker was also affected by a staph infection as a result of the employees of the hospital using a dirty needle to treat his wounds. In a recent statement, the drummer revealed his plans of suing both the bus company and the hospital for mistreatment.
Now fully recovered, Barker will join Blink-182 members, Mark Hoppus and Matt Skiba to perform at the Palms Hotel and Casino as part of the band's Vegas residency on October 26 and 27.
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