No Doubt Drummer Adrian Young Suffers Gruesome Hand Injury

by Jacklyn Krol
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No Doubt drummer Adrian Young severely injured his hand

According to TMZ, Young accidentally cut himself on Saturday while preparing his dinner at home. Sources told the outlet that he was holding a glass and tripped when it shattered in the palm of his hand. The cut itself was pretty extensive and deep, as evident by his Instagram photo. Two large chunks of glass were inside his hand. He immediately went to the emergency room.

The outlet reported that the doctors were not able to get the glass out of his hand. They recommended surgery to remove the pieces safely. He’s apparently preparing to undergo the procedure which they were told is minor.

There’s no current expectation of how long he will be unable to perform or play drums. We’re hoping for the best and a speedy recovery!

See the gruesome NSFW photo of the injury, below.

The Future of No Doubt

In 2015, No Doubt performed their last sets as a band at Riot Fest and KAABOO Festival. Since then, each member has continued to work on other projects in the music industry.

Adrian Young teamed up with Tom Dumont and Tony Kanal alongside AFI member Davey Havok to form Dreamcar back in 2016. Meanwhile, Stefani launched her successful solo career spanning decades. She went on to work in several music genres like rock, ska, punk, pop, country, and even jazz.

In early 2021, Gwen Stefani spoke about the 30th anniversary of the pop-rock group’s self-titled debut album.

“It is a really big deal,” Stefani told Zane Lowe. “And I do, I’m reflecting so much on all the music. When you’re writing new music, reflect on everything that you’ve done. For sure, surreal to think that that happened so long ago. I have no idea what the future holds with that. You know what I mean? It’s impossible.”

In another interview with Variety, Stefani once again spoke about the band’s future fate.

“I don’t know about No Doubt,” she began. “We had so many years together and we all have families now and that’s just our priority. I can’t really imagine what the future holds with that. We had done some big shows together, a bunch of festivals probably six years ago, and we knew that was kind of the last thing we were going to do together.”

When their single and album “Don’t Speak” came out, Stefani became the frontwoman and the band took it hard.

“But the band was becoming the shadow of me and that was really hard for them,” she added. “There was a lot of tension between us with the band feeling like I was being put in the spotlight more than them — that competition that they felt. We couldn’t really enjoy the success.”

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