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Van Halen is looking ahead to next year. Guitarist Eddie Van Halen tells us that once the band wraps up their trek this month, they'll resume the tour in Japan in November. He adds that the group will "possibly do something special" in 2013, but he "can't talk about it." Eddie's remark has led to a rash of rumors and speculation that Van Halen will play the halftime show at Super Bowl 47 in New Orleans next February. However, neither CBS, which will air the game, nor the NFL have made any announcement about the upcoming event. Eddie also says everything is fine with the group, even though they recently scrapped the second leg of their reunion tour with founding frontman David Lee Roth. Eddie echoes the singer's earlier explanation for the change of plans, saying the group simply "bit off more than we could chew." He explains that Van Halen started the tour earlier than they wanted to so they could perform at New York's Madison Square Garden before the venue closed for renovations, and that "threw the schedule out of whack." He adds that most of the cancelled stops were for cities the band has already visited. Van Halen has six more dates left to the trek, in support of their latest album, "A Different Kind of Truth." The band will be in San Diego, California Thursday night.
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