BIOHAZARD bassist/vocalist Evan Seinfeld, who also stars in the HBO prison drama "Oz", is still undergoing tests for a sudden and as-yet-undetermined illness after being hospitalized last week, according to drummer Danny Schuler."[Evan's] been having unbearable migraines for weeks now," Schuler wrote to BLABBERMOUTH.NET. "They're doing an MRI this morning [Jan. 24]. I'll have Evan write an update for Blabbermouth to post as soon as possible. Thanks for understanding." As previously reported, Seinfeld's condition has caused BIOHAZARD to drop off a previously-announced U.S. tour with KITTIE and EIGHTEEN VISIONS. It is reportedly the first tour the band have canceled in their 15-year history.
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