Following the passing away of a fan on July 15th at the Toronto date of the tour, Vans Warped Tour have released a statement regarding the death of 19-year-old Taylor Nesseth at the show. You can look at the statement from Warped Tour below. Our condolences are with Taylor’s family and friends.
He Is We’s Rachel Taylor has released a statement saying she will no longer be able to tour with the band. This is due to a serious medical problem that led the duo, to drop off All Time Low’s last fall tour, and that Taylor is currently undergoing chemotherapy for.
While Rachel will still record music with He Is We, which also includes Trevor Kelly, the duo will be employing a new touring vocalist who will be revealed tomorrow. Check out Rachel’s statement below. We wish her well.
Every Avenue have been forced to drop off their upcoming UK/EU tour with We Are The In Crowd and The Summer Set due to vocalist Dave Strauchman’s vocal problems. A full statement from the band can be seen below.
My Passion guitarist John Be has left the band, but will seemingly continue on as the band’s tour manager. The band have also revealed that Ande D’Mello will replace Be. Check out a statement from the band below.
Tonight Alive have been forced to drop off their upcoming US tour with Go Radio due to serious medical issues. The Australian quintet have also pulled out of their SXSW shows.
This comes just a week after There For Tomorrow dropped off the same tour and were replaced with This Providence.. Check out a statement from the band below!
Following the departure of Sean O’Donnell, Yellowcard have announced their new bassist will be Josh Portman! Check out a statement from the band below.
Dance Gavin Dance have confirmed that frontman Jonny Craig is still in the band, but won’t be joining the band on their upcoming US tour. Check out the statement from DGD below.
The Bigger Lights frontman Topher Talley has posted a statement on his blog, explaining that the band is no longer a priority to the members and that they are essentially on hiatus. Check out the post below.
The Maine’s Pat Kirch has posted a brand new update, recapping on the Arizonian’s 2011, and their plans for 2012. There’ll be a “special surprise” to celebrate their fifth anniversary, the first music video from ‘Pioneer’ for ‘Misery’, a huge spring US tour, as well as brand new music from the five piece. Click below to check out Pat’s post!
Ahead of Valencia’s final show tonight, December 28th, in Philadelphia, frontman Shane Henderson has released a statement regarding Valencia’s career and the future of the band. Check out the statement below!