Papa Roach has canceled the second leg of its North American tour, which was slated to begin April 24 in Grand Rapids, Mich., and run until May 12 in Las Vegas, in order to give drummer David Buckner

Papa Roach has canceled the second leg of its North American tour, which was slated to begin April 24 in Grand Rapids, Mich., and run until May 12 in Las Vegas, in order to give drummer David Buckner a chance to heal his injured wrist. A spokesperson for the band says the group will honor its commitment to perform on this year's Ozzfest, which begins May 26 in the U.K. and hits North America in June.

In all, 12 dates were canceled, including shows in Detroit, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. There's no word yet on whether the group plans to make up the shows, but opening act Fear Factory will attempt to play in some of the scheduled markets.

Papa Roach is touring in support of its DreamWorks album "Infest," which is No. 131 on The Billboard 200 in its 50th week on the chart. Current single "Between Angels and Insects" is No. 16 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart this week.