Almost seven months after calling off their last tour when singer Steven Tyler fell off a stage, Aerosmith is heading back out again, this time to Europe.
The legendary band's "Cocked, Locked, Ready to Rock" tour kicks off on June 10th in Sweden.
"Back by popular demand with more spit and fire than ever before, we're coming across the pond and parting the waters as we go," Tyler said of the upcoming tour.
"Aerosmith is going to be rocking in the UK and Europe this summer," Joe Perry said. "Enough BS -- we're coming and everything is going to be set at eleven."
It was only two months ago that Tyler checked into rehab for prescription pain-management addiction, according to People magazine.
Last August, Aerosmith canceled the remaining shows on their summer tour due to injuries sustained by front man Tyler, after he fell from the stage during a concert in South Dakota.
According to the band's Web site, doctors advised the singer to take time off to heal after the accident, which resulted in a broken shoulder and stitches to his head.
For the full list of shows on this summer's tour of Europe, visit www.aerosmith.com.