Blink-182 will take the place of the Hollywood Vampires on Monday's episode of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert

By Jordan Runtagh
Updated July 11, 2016 02:30 PM
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The Hollywood Vampires have canceled their appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert in the wake of guitarist Joe Perry’s collapse during a concert in Brooklyn on Sunday night.

Perry appeared disoriented as he walked onto the stage at Ford Amphitheater on the Coney Island Boardwalk on Sunday evening. He then propped himself up on the drum riser before stumbling backstage and collapsing.

Perry’s Twitter account shared an update hours after the health scare reassuring fans that he was recovering. He remains in stable condition, but CBS confirms that the band will not perform on Monday’s broadcast of The Late Show.

The rock supergroup, which also consists of Johnny Depp and Alice Cooper, are in the midst of their first U.S. tour and were poised to make their late night debut Monday evening on The Late Show. Their musical guest spot will be filled by Blink-182, who are currently supporting California – their first new album in five years.

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Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker recently spoke to PEOPLE about his new lease on life after surviving drug addiction and a deadly plane crash. “I’m feeling younger and better now than I did when I was 20,” says the 40-year-old father of two. “I was probably one of the most unhealthy human beings, from what I ate to what I put in my body.”

Barker adds. “There have been so many hardships in my life. Now I know how to handle them … I just feel so blessed.”

“The Hollywood Vampires continue their tour starting with July 12, at Fraze Pavilion in Kettering, Ohio,” a rep for the band tells PEOPLE. “Perry will rejoin his fellow Vampires on stage again soon.”