The first-name-basis-only band's Tony and Cedric were taken to a local hospital with back and foot injuries, respectively, a band rep said. The injuries are considered minor, but were enough to cause them to miss concerts in Denver and Salt Lake City.
Two crew members also in the van escaped injury though the vehicle was totaled.
Cedric is the one most likely to be hobbling around for awhile; one of his toenails was ripped away in the mishap.
At The Drive-In's rep said the group expects to reschedule the two shows as soon as possible. The band's tour resumes November 14 at The Showbox in Seattle and that gig will be webcast on the band's site.
The El Paso, Texas-based band has developed a growing fan base thanks to constant touring for the last six years. The five-man group got a dramatic boost last year with an appearance at the Coachella Festival and an opening slot on Rage Against The Machine's arena tour.
At the Drive-In is currently gigging in support of their latest release, Relationship of Command. After the band wraps the U.S. tour on November 20, they head for the U.K., Ireland and Japan.