Emmure have cancelled their 2017 European and UK tour.
The band say they’ve been forced to postpone the Torch The Earth trek due to “unexpected delays” in the lead-up to their seventh record launch. It will mark the band’s first new material since frontman Frankie Palmeri revealed a new lineup featuring bassist Phil Lockett, guitarist Josh Travis and drummer Josh Miller.
The overhaul came after Palmeri was left as the last man standing when the rest of Emmure left in December of last year.
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Emmure say: “It is with our most sincere apologies that we will need to cancel the upcoming Torch The Earth tour. Upon the initial planning of this tour our goal was to return to Europe in 2017 pairing a new record with the tour. Unfortunately some unexpected delays have hindered our chances of releasing the record in this time frame.
“We appreciate that our fans understand how important this release is to us, it is a record we have put so much effort into on every angle, and we feel we would be selling our fans and ourselves short if we compromised its overall release.
“We promise to be back at a later time in 2017, and with a brand new record. Refunds will be available at point of purchase for all cancelled shows.”
Renewed tour information will be revealed in due course.
Emmure Torch The Earth cancelled European tour 2017
Jan 13: Karlsruhe Substage, Germany
Jan 14: Cologne Essigfabrik, Germany
Jan 15: Hasselt Muziekodroom, Belgium
Jan 16: Southampton The 1865, UK
Jan 17: Nottingham Rescue Rooms, UK
Jan 18: Manchester Sound Control, UK
Jan 19: Glasgow Garage, UK
Jan 20: London O2 Islington Academy. UK
Jan 21: Leeds Key Club, UK
Jan 22: Paris La Maroquinerie, France
Jan 24: Madrid Caracol, Spain
Jan 25: Barcelona Razzmatazz, Spain
Jan 26: Lyon CCO, France
Jan 27: Zurich Dynamo, Switzerland
Jan 28: Milan Legend Club, Italy
Jan 29: Munich Backstage, Germany
Jan 30: Vienna Arena, Austria
Jan 31: Budapest Durer Kurt, Hungary
Feb 01: Prague Futurum, Czech Republic
Feb 02: Berlin Lido, Germany
Feb 03: Copenhagen Beta, Denmark
Feb 04: Gothenburg Sticky fingers, Sweden
Feb 05: Stockholm Klubben Fryshuset, Sweden
Feb 07: Helsinki Nosturl, Finland
Feb 09: Bremen Aladin, Germany
Feb 10: Amsterdam Melkweg, Netherlands
Feb 11: Leipzig Felsenkeller, German