Cult rockers At The Drive-In have cancelled the remainder of their North American tour due to singer Cedric Bixler-Zavala's health issues.
The group was scheduled to hit the stage at New York's Terminal 5 on Friday (17June16), but axed the gig hours before the performance because of a "a health concern with (Bixler-Zavala)'s vocal chords."
"Apologies to all our fans who have tickets but following our news earlier tonight, we regret to announce that all further shows on our North American tour, up to and including the Amnesia Festival appearance on June 25th are cancelled," a message on the band's Facebook page reads. "Tickets can be refunded from point of purchase. We will be back to make up these shows in the future. Thank you for your continued support."
The group reunited for the first time since 2012 in March (16). Guitarist Jim Ward left the band a day before the tour was set to kick-off. On Wednesday (15Jun16), the band cancelled a show in Washington, D.C. show because Bixler-Zavala was "fighting off a cold and... lost his voice."
The group's upcoming European trek is still scheduled to begin on 29 June (16) at Denmark's Roskilde Festival.