Hope cancels No More tour: Crossbop and Werster no – Music

American rock band Faith No More is canceling a 2022 tour via New Zealand, Australia and Europe. As a result, two Belgian concerts were canceled: the band will perform at the Crossbop Metal Meeting in June and at the Rock Worker in July. At Crosspole, the band was transformed by temptation within the Dutch symphonic metal band.

“Because of our current challenges, we are not ready to do that during the planned concert series in Australia, New Zealand, the UK and Europe,” Faith No More said on social media. ‘We do not want to be 100 percent inactive after such a long time. We apologize to all ticket holders.

No further details on the reason for the canceled tour will be provided. But it also canceled the band’s series in September and October due to mental illness of leading player Mike Patton.

Faith No More was set to deliver a series of concerts in New Zealand and Australia in February, and reached about twenty theaters in the UK and Europe in June and July.

Crossbop was on the show on June 17th and Rock Wercher on July 2nd.

“Because of our current challenges, we are not ready to do that during the planned concert series in Australia, New Zealand, the UK and Europe,” Faith No More said on social media. ‘We do not want to be 100 percent inactive after so many days. We apologize to all ticket holders. No further details were given as to why the tour was canceled. But due to the mental problems of leading player Mike Patton in the UK and Europe, the band had already canceled concerts that had been held in September and October. Crossbop was on the show on June 17th and Rock Wercher on July 2nd.

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