Category Archives: Cancellations

Coheed and Cambria cancel tour due to drummer Josh Eppard’s heart surgery

Posted by on October 28, 2019

Coheed and Cambria drummer Josh Eppard will undergo heart surgery and will cancel any upcoming tour dates. In the band’s statement, Eppard had a fainting spell which prompted doctors to encourage a cardiac ablation procedure. “Hello Everyone, As some of you may have heard, our fantastic drummer, Josh Eppard had a fainting spell on stage early […]

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King Dude drops off Taake tour

Posted by on February 19, 2018

Taake’s upcoming North American tour has generally been plagued with controversy since it was announced. First of all, it took two years for them to return, due to visa issues. Then Anfita, taking issue with frontman Hoest’s extreme views on religion, successfully rallied to get the New York City show (and perhaps others) cancelled. And […]

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Apocalyptica cancelled last night’s St. Louis show

Posted by on September 19, 2017

Finnish band Apocalyptica have been commemorating the 21st anniversary of their breakthrough album, Plays Metallica by Four Cellos by touring North and South America. However, last night’s show, which was to take place in St. Louis at The Pageant, was cancelled due to protests and violencethat’s been going on in the city following the acquittal of […]

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Xandria vocalist cannot perform with them, North American tour cancelled

Posted by on September 12, 2017

Xandria has had quite a few lineup changes since 2003’s Kill the Sun. The German symphonic metal outfit recruited vocalist Dianne van Giersbergen and bassist Steve Wussow back in 2013 who have both worked on 2014’s Sacrificium and their latest effort Theater of Dimensions, which was released earlier this year via Napalm Records. Despite their […]

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Revolution Rock Festival cancelled

Posted by on August 7, 2017

As standalone destination festivals continue to supplement smaller tours over the Summer months, It’s getting to where there might be an oversaturation point. The more successful and established tours (Ozzfest meets Knotfest, Rock on the Range, Aftershock) are continuing to excel, but one new festival, Revolution Rock, has just pulled the plug on what was […]

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