Full of Hell were forced to postpone their European spring tour with Primitive Man and Eye Flys due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Read statements below:
Full of Hell:
“This is a photo of us on our very first European tour in 2010. Since then we’ve built a really strong network of friends and promoters in Europe and every year we look forward to coming back. Unfortunately in the current situation, we are being forced to postpone next week’s tour for the time being. This is mainly due to the rapid government shut downs of events and honestly the well being of our fans and friends. We are NOT cancelling our Roadburn Fest residency, as we are holding out hope that it might still happen, and we worked so hard to prepare for it. We are currently looking at postponing the dates to early summer if possible, in the hopes that the pandemic will be under control by then. It’s important right now to support all of your DIY musicians,artists,friends, and just as importantly all of the venue staff, local bookers, drivers, screenprinters and agents who make these tours and shows possible to begin with and are looking at hugely negative impacts on their personal well being and businesses. Please stay tuned for a possibly updated tour schedule and thank you for the understanding and support as always.”
“Because of recent travel restrictions set by the US government due to covid-19 as well as travel restrictions within the EU we are unable to begin our EU/UK tour with Full of Hell and Eyeflys next week. Attempts are being made to reschedule the tour and we hope we have a new set of dates to announce shortly. As it stands now we have not canceled our appearance at roadburn and still plan on making it to that. We will also be rescheduling our appearance in Iceland.
Be safe EVERYONE.”
“I’m sure some of you are aware tour with Full of Hell and Primitive Man has been postponed because of travel regulations and public safety. Sadly, we will not be able to make the proposed make up dates or be able to attend Roadburn. This doesn’t just affect us but everyone who works in the music industry behind the scenes: drivers, venue staff, merch companies. If you have a few extra dollars and feel obliged make sure you pick up something from EVIL GREED in Europe. Their business has been affected dramatically and any purchase helps. Hope to see you soon.”