NASHVILLE, TN (CelebrityAccess) — American heavy metal band Vimic announced that they are rescheduling their upcoming European tour, citing "circumstances beyond the band’s control relating to the commercial release of new music."
The tour, initially set to take place in March, has now been pushed back to November & December 2017. However, the band will still play scheduled festival dates over the summer in both Europe and North America.
Founded by former Slipknot drummer and co-songwriter Joey Jordison, Vimic consists of Kalen Chase [vocals], Jed Simon [guitar], Kyle Konkiel [bass], Matt Tarach [keyboards], and Steve Marshall [guitar].
“The band and I feel horrible but I want to give fans what they deserve which is new music in conjunction with a world tour. “We WILL tour Europe in November/December of 2017,” Jordison said about the postponement. – Staff Writers