DevilDriver cancel Australian tour

In a massive blow to local metal fans, California’s DevilDriver have been forced to cancel their Australian tour. The decision was made due to frontman Dez Fafara contracting pneumonia after a rigorous touring schedule. In a first for the band, Fafara will remain at home to recover on doctor’s orders.

The five-date tour was meant to begin this Friday at The Tivoli in Brisbane alongside Six Feet Under and Darkest Hour. Read a statement from Dez Fafara below:

"Hello ….

I’ve never pulled down a DevilDriver Tour in our history as a band …

We’ve been running so hard that unfortunately I’ve been sick for a week & have come down with Pneumonia and have been advised by my doctor today that it is UNSAFE for me to Travel to Australia .

I respectfully apologize to Six Feet Under / Darkest Hour and All the Australian fans for this inconvenience.

See ya when I’m healthy
All the best
Dez Fafara"

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have said that refunds are available from the point of purchase. 

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