Helmet cancel fall headlining tour
Helmet had been scheduled to headline a brief tour in the Midwest early this fall, however, the band has now scrapped the dates as a result of the pandemic.
"Due to the ongoing pandemic and for the safety of all concerned we are disappointed to have to cancel our short run of headline dates in the U.S. due to take place later this month," Helmet said in a statement.
"We hope to be able to revisit some if not all these shows in 2022 and desperately look forward to an uninterrupted schedule finally and get back out on the road. Be safe everyone and thanks for your support."
For now, it appears that the group's forthcoming "Industrial Strength Tour" with Ministry and Front Line Assembly is still slated to take place.
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It should have been cancelled because Ministry were on the bill.
Pussies. I didn't realize there liberal nu-metal bands. Now I know who to boycott.
I didn't realize there liberal nu-metal bands. What was the last year of education you completed?
That's ok I can just listen to the one song they had at home.
anonymous 36 minutes ago who? And where is their opener band Knee Pads at? n00b ass bitch
Die young is far too boring these days, but were all old with comorbidities so like... Hit me up on grindr if you wanna hold hands and listen to fugazi.
Why don't bands like Helmet just play a virtual show? Charge $20. Say this is it for 2021. See how many fans drop $20.