NewsJune 2, 2014 9:58 AM ET2,398 views

Affiance drops off tour

Affiance has dropped off their current tour with Black Tide due to "health, finances, and the planning of [a] brand new record." The band has issued the following statement:
"We have some bad news and good news to fill you in on. First and foremost, we are unable to finish the Black Tide tour this summer because of quite a few unforeseen circumstances involving health, finances, and the planning of our brand new record. Because of this, we're going to definitely make it up to all of you this fall when we hit the road again on some awesome tours and have some brand new music to play for you every night. With that being said, we're going to be releasing the new record this fall and a new song for you all very soon! We really appreciate you all and are really grateful of the opportunities we have as a band. We'll be following Warped Tour again, so hopefully we see you there!"


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anonymous 6/2/2014 7:18:32 AM

health = AIDS

i_talk_shit 6/2/2014 8:29:07 AM

...where the $100 guarantee won't get you across the country and eating ramen every night might just lead to heart disease.

anonymous 6/2/2014 8:34:17 AM

Understandable I mean, obviously the $800 budget for the new record trumps potentially coming out +$250 at the end of a tour. Priorities, brow.

anonymous 6/2/2014 9:41:28 AM

Drummer has gotten 2 tattoos so far this tour, and god knows they aren't big enough to get those free so....what's that $200 minimum? Money well spent boys.

anonymous 6/2/2014 11:40:42 AM

I saw these guys in Phoenix Az and they were being jerks. I've lost a lot of respect for them. The vocalist mainly was talking crap about AZ and the people here. He was just upset nobody came to see his generic metalcore band play. We were all anxiously awaiting Protest the Hero shreddery

anonymous 6/2/2014 12:18:35 PM

deez sageas hur be rolling in dat Bullet Tooth $$$... how tha hell dey cant afford shit?!

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