Living Colour Drop Off Remaining Dates On 2021 “Summerland” Tour Due To “Transportation Issues”

Living Colour have dropped off the remaining dates on the 2021 “Summerland” tour with Everclear, Hoobastank, and Wheatus. The band pulled out of the trek due to “transportation issues.”

The group issued the following statement:

“It is with deep regret that we will not be performing on the remainder of the Summerland Tour Fall 2021 + select headlining shows after September 25th due to continued transportation issues.

We apologize for any inconvenience and disappointment. Everclear, Hoobastank and Wheatus are new additions to our family and we want to wish everyone a safe and healthy 2021 and beyond!”

All That Remains Drop Off Blue Ridge Rock & Inkcarceration Festivals Due To Positive COVID-19 Case

All That Remains have cancelled their September 11 appearance at the Blue Ridge Rock Festival in Danville, VA and their September 12 appearance at the Inkcarceration Festival in Mansfield, OH due to a positive COVID-19 case. Frontman Phil Labonte issued the following statement:

“Hey everyone, Phil here. We are wicked bummed to do this but we are going to have to pull out of Blue Ridge and Inkcarceration. Everyone in ATR is vaccinated but one of our guys tested positive with a breakthrough case of COVID. We take this very seriously and don’t want to risk contributing to the spread. We love you all and we will see you on ‘The Fall Of Ideals’ anniversary celebration tour.”

Helmet Cancel Fall Headlining Tour

Helmet have cancelled their fall headlining tour. The band issued the following statement:

“Due to the ongoing pandemic and for the safety of all concerned we are disappointed to have to cancel our short run of headline dates in the US due to take place later this month. We hope to be able to revisit some if not all these shows in 2022 and desperately look forward to an uninterrupted schedule finally and get back out on the road. Be safe everyone and thanks for your support.”

Blacktop Mojo Cancel Upcoming Shows After Member Of The Band Tests Positive For COVID-19

Blacktop Mojo have been forced to cancel five shows due to a member of the band testing positive for COVID-19. The group issued the following statement:

“It’s with a heavy heart that we unfortunately have to announce the cancellation of the next 5 shows. We’ve done our part to get ourselves tested, to remain safe during these uncertain times, and to make sure we’re healthy and able to do our jobs safely for you leading up to this small run of shows. Today, one of the band members tested positive for Coronavirus. The next step for us is to follow the guidelines in place for him to recover and to properly quarantine himself in the process. We are heartbroken to share this news but this is the right way to move forward. We don’t want to put any of our fans or anyone at risk. Refunds for tickets can be received at point of purchase and refunds for VIPs will be given through our website. (VIPs can also be redeemed for a later date) We’re sorry y’all.”

Fever 333 Cancel UK Dates

Fever 333 have cancelled their upcoming UK dates. The band commented:

“It is with great regret that we must inform you we will not be able to perform at Reading And Leeds festival nor will we be able to hold the scheduled headline demonstrations due to circumstances out of our control—one of those being COVID protocol. As eager as we are to see you all and get back to what we love, it has been made clear that there is nothing we can do at this time. Please contact your point of purchase and you will receive a full refund. We look forward to seeing you as soon as possible. Until then, let them know—there’s a fever coming…”

Theory Of A Deadman Cancel September Dates

Theory Of A Deadman have cancelled their September shows due to the coronavirus pandemic. Despite this, the band still plan to return to the road in October.

The group issued the following statement:

“It is with heavy hearts that we announce we will not be appearing with 3 Doors Down this coming weekend, and that we will be canceling all of our September tour dates (with the exception of Mobile & Orlando, which will move to November – please check for new dates).

We have decided that with the current surge in COVID cases, made worse by delta variant breakthrough cases, this is the right thing to do to ensure the safety of our fans and crew members. This wasn’t an easy choice for us, but we feel it is the right one.

Ticket holders can obtain refunds at their point of purchase. (Applies to headline dates only).

We look forward to seeing you when we head out in October with 10 Years. Please stay safe and healthy and we’ll see you soon!”

Limp Bizkit Officially Cancel All 2021 Shows, Plan To Release New Music “Very Soon”

Limp Bizkit have officially cancelled all of their remaining dates for 2021. This news comes after the group previously scrapped their summer tour after a few shows. Despite this, there is some good news as the band are preparing to release new music “very soon.” They said the following:

“To be more clear, as some promoters are a bit behind on keeping you updated. All of our scheduled performances were canceled weeks ago (yes, we are all fine, thank you ❤️) New songs will begin to leak, one after the other in rapid succession very soon. Soon thereafter, our new album will be released. 🛸🛸🛸”

Primal Fear Cancel All 2021 And 2022 Shows “Due To A Serious Illness Issue”

Primal Fear have cancelled all of their 2021 and 2022 shows “due to a serious illness issue.” The band said the following:

“Dear fans and friends of Primal Fear. We deeply regret to inform you that due to a serious illness issue the band has to cancel all shows booked for 2021 and 2022. At the moment we are not able to foresee when the band will be able to continue what the love the most: playing shows. Please stay with us and we gonna inform you as soon as we have news. Stay healthy!”

Misery Signals Cancel “Furnace Fest” & Nashville, TN Performances

Misery Signals have cancelled their September 25 set at the Furnace Fest in Birmingham, AL and their September 23 set with Terror, Comeback Kid, etc. in Nashville, TN. The shows were scrapped due to logistical issues.

Misery Signals issued the following statement:

“It is with great disappointment that we must announce our cancellation of Nashville, Tennessee on September 23rd and Furnace Fest on September 25th in Birmingham, Alabama.

Being a band in which members reside in different countries has always posed a challenge. Those challenges in combination with the logistics of a global pandemic have made things even harder.

To be clear, we are not cancelling due to safety concerns or lack of confidence in the festival organizers. We support the measures that the organizers of Furnace Fest are taking to ensure the safety of all performers and attendees.

All members of Misery Signals are vaccinated and encourage you to do the same.

We look forward to a time when we’re able to get back to the stage, unfortunately that moment is not now.

Until we see you next, please be safe and please be kind.

With Love,
Misery Signals“

Intronaut Drummer Matt Lynch Tests Positive For COVID-19, Band Cancel “Psycho Las Vegas” & San Diego Performances

Intronaut drummer Matt Lynch has tested positive for COVID-19. As a result, the band have been forced to cancel their appearance at Psycho Las Vegas and their August 18 performance at Brick By Brick in San Diego, CA.

Intronaut said the following:

“Hey everyone – unfortunately our drummer Matt tested positive for Covid shortly before his scheduled trip out to LA to rehearse for our upcoming shows, which naturally means we had to cancel our sets at Psycho LV and in San Diego with High On Fire.

To say we are disappointed is a giant understatement, and we are sorry to anyone who was looking forward to seeing us. We were looking forward to it too. But both shows are still surely going to be incredible and we hope you all have a great time. In the meantime we are working on finishing a new record, and hope to see you soon.”