​Frank Carter Postpones North American Tour After Getting Injured in Car Crash

​Frank Carter Postpones North American Tour After Getting Injured in Car Crash
Former Gallows frontman Frank Carter has had to postpone the start of his North American tour with the Rattlesnakes, after sustaining injuries in a car accident last week.
 
On Thursday (September 19), Carter was involved in a crash in Devon, U.K., that left him "with some cuts and scrapes, a kneecap in the wrong place, bruised ribs and a headache that won't go away."

As such, Carter and his band the Rattlesnakes will not be making it to North America in time for the start of their tour, which was slated to kick off tonight in New York.
 
So far, the dates affected are in New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Louisville, Detroit and Chicago.
 
Apologizing to fans in an Instagram post, Carter said, "We will do everything in our power to make it up to you and are reviewing all the options including rescheduling."
 
No further updates have been given as to when the shows might be rescheduled for.
  
Closing his Instagram post, Carter wrote, "We are lucky to be alive and I hope to be well enough to play the rest of the tour."
 
As it stands, the tour will now start in Vancouver on October 8. See the full list of tour dates here.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING THE UPCOMING NORTH AMERICAN TOUR. THE FIRST WEEK OF DATES IS POSTPONED. On Thursday night at 7:20pm I was involved in a serious car accident in Devon, UK. I crawled out of the wreck with some cuts and scrapes, a kneecap in the wrong place, bruised ribs and a headache that won't go away. My friend Pete was less fortunate, he was cut from the wreckage by no less than eleven firefighters with a triple fractured pelvis, ruptured spleen, multiple broken ribs and the kind of cuts and bruises you get from being hit by a car. We were all taken by ambulance to Derriford A&E where I stayed until 7:30am the next morning when I was finally released with a collection of minor injuries and a new appreciation of living. I have unfortunately been told I am unable to fly while my body recovers. As it stands the first week of our American tour will not proceed as planned. We looked at all the ways I could come and play the shows but once the doctor had seen me it was clear flying to New York this weekend was not an option. We will do everything in our power to make it up to you and are reviewing all the options including rescheduling. Due to the last minute nature of this situation we are not able to give news on when these might be rescheduled but please trust us in that we are working on it and will have an update soon. We are truly sorry to the fans who bought tickets and to the legends The Beaches who are driving to New York as I write this. Check the venue websites for more information on refunds or new dates. Currently affected shows are the following: 09/23 – New York, Bowery Ballroom 09/24 – Baltimore, Ottobar 09/25 – Philadelphia, Underground Arts 09/27 – Louisville, Louder Than Life Festival 09/28 – Detroit, El Club 09/29 – Chicago, Cobra Lounge We are lucky to be alive and I hope to be well enough to play the rest of the tour. Thank you for your understanding and your support.

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