Faith No More and Mr. Bungle have canceled a lot of 2021 U.S. tour dates. The cancelations are as a consequence of psychological well being causes, with Mike Patton explaining he’s affected by “points that had been exacerbated by the pandemic.”
Religion No Extra and Mr. Bungle had been each scheduled to play this 12 months’s Riot Fest round Religion No Extra’s September and October tour dates. Mr. Bungle had been additionally meant to play an intimate Chicago gig after Riot Fest, however that gig has additionally been canceled.
“Sorry to report that as a consequence of psychological well being causes, I can’t proceed with the presently scheduled Religion No Extra and Mr. Bungle dates,” Patton explains. “I’ve points that had been exacerbated by the pandemic which might be difficult me proper now. I don’t really feel I may give what I ought to at this level and I’m not going to provide something lower than 100 %. I’m sorry to our followers and hope to make it as much as you quickly. The bands’ help me on this choice and we sit up for working via this in a wholesome method.”
Religion No Extra additionally issued an announcement on the canceled reveals:
To say that we really feel shattered by these cancellations can be a whole understatement. It has been an actual problem to return to this music after a 5 12 months absence, however we have now been working arduous for a couple of months now, and these previous few rehearsals left little doubt that we had been again to prime kind, which makes this assertion very tough to write down.
Approaching nearly two years of pandemic and lack of labor, it has been heartbreaking to provide our crew the information. We think about our crew like household. After which, equally importantly, we’re conscious of what this implies to our followers, who’ve been patiently supporting us– hoping, as we have now, for a break on this irritating scenario. Many of us have taken isolation fairly arduous, and patiently waited as reveals have been postponed time and time once more. This can be robust for them.
And but regardless of all this, we have now a member of the family who wants assist. We imagine that forging forward with these dates would have had a profoundly harmful impact on Mike, whose worth to us as a brother means extra to us than his job as singer. He can rely on our 100% help to do what he must do to get issues proper. Simply as we additionally ask in your help proper now.
Thanks for persevering with to imagine in us.
– Invoice, Jon, Mike B. & Roddy
The canceled tour dates embody:
Religion No Extra:
Sept. 16 – Maryland Heights, Mo. @ Saint Louis Music Park
Sept. 18 – Chicago, Sick. @ Riot Fest
Sept. 21 – Pittsburgh, Pa. @ Stage AE
Sept. 22 – Newport, Ky. @ Ovation Pavilion
Sept. 24 – Kansas Metropolis, Mo. @ Grinders
Sept. 25 – Indianola, Iowa @ Knotfest
Oct. 10 – Sacramento, Calif. @ Aftershock Pageant
Oct. 15 – Las Vegas, Nev. @ T-Cell Enviornment
Oct. 16 – Fresno, Calif. @ Save Mart Heart
Oct. 18 – Oakland, Calif. @ Oakland Enviornment
Oct. 22 – Los Angeles, Calif. @ Banc of California Stadium
Oct. 23 – Los Angeles, Calif. @ Banc of California Stadium
Sept. 17 Chicago, Sick. @ Radius
Sept. 19 Chicago, Sick. @ Riot Fest
“If I may sing via a fuckin’ masks, I’d put on one the remainder of my life,” Patton told Loudwire in 2020. “Being current, being within the second, is difficult. Based mostly on a couple of issues which have gone on in my life, it’s made it simpler to do this. One in every of which is the pandemic. Wait a second, do I wish to numb out? Do I wish to be drunk throughout all of this? That is historical past, man! We’ve by no means seen something like this and hopefully we by no means will once more, however I wanna be right here for this, I wanna expertise it. As a lot because it sucks, residing it’s crucial factor. I take into consideration that on a regular basis.”
We’d prefer to commend Mike Patton for specializing in his psychological well being throughout this making an attempt time. Keep tuned for updates on Religion No Extra and Mr. Bungle’s touring plans.
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