Blink-182 has just confirmed that Travis Barker, drummer, is suffering from blood clots in both his arms and might have to skip future concerts.

On a tweet on Friday, June 15, the alternative rock band shared the bad news to fans.

Blink-182's Travis Barker Diagnosed With Blood Clots

The situation is currently being closely monitored," said the note. "Due to this situation it is with great regret that the Blink-182's 'Kings of the Weekend' Las Vegas residency dates this weekend must be rescheduled."

The 42-year-old drummer has been playing with the band since 1997 as the replacement for Scott Raynor. On his personal account, Barker addressed his diagnosis and thanked fans for the continuous support.

On Instagram, he also shared the letter sent to him by his doctor. It revealed that Barker was diagnosed with thrombophlebitis which, according to Mayo Clinic, is caused by an injury to the vein or an inherited blood-clotting disorder. His doctor, Peter H. Grossman, said that the beloved drummer will have to take antibiotics and anticoagulants over the next few weeks to treat his condition.

Blink-182's Las Vegas Residency

Blink-182 announced its Las Vegas residency back in March. The band joined artists such as Pitbull, Britney Spears, Lady Gaga, Mariah Carey, Jennifer Lopez, and more in the Sin City.

"When the Palms asked us to do a residency here in Vegas, we said 'Absolutely!'" said Mark Hoppus, bassist and co-lead vocal of the band. "Now, we just have to cast our showgirls, create our set list — a true throwback of Vegas classics with Sinatra, Liberace. Maybe we can even marry someone on stage ... The possibilities in Vegas are endless."

Called the "Kings of the Weekend," the band's Las Vegas kicked off with performances back in May. They still have scheduled performances at the Palms Casino until November.

No one can say how long the hiatus will be, but the chart-toppers promised to return to the stage as soon as Barker's medical advisers give him the go-ahead.

In the meantime, Blink-182 will post the rescheduled dates on their website as soon as it becomes available. Fans who already purchased tickets to this weekend's shows can get a refund if they wish to.