The Hollywood Vampires have cancelled their rescheduled British isles and European tour.
Alice Cooper and co were thanks to rock arenas this summer, but they’ve been pressured to axe the dates and supply up refunds due to “the uncertainty of COVID-19 travel limitations”.
However, the band vowed to be “back rocking” with their supporters” when matters get again to standard.
In a statement, they mentioned: “We are over and above disappointed to announce that the Hollywood Vampires should cancel our rescheduled Uk/European tour this Summertime.
“We stored making an attempt to make it take place, but regrettably because of to the uncertainty of COVID-19 travel limitations, it is just not attainable. Entire refunds will be honored by way of your primary point of acquire.
“Thank you for knowledge, and we WILL be again rocking with you as soon as the globe returns to usual! (sic)”The concert events had been at first established for 2020.
‘Poison’ hitmaker Cooper – who is joined by Johnny Depp and Joe Perry in the supergroup – experienced promised supporters “the greatest electricity challenging rock reveals you will see all 12 months.”
He said: “This present has anything for anyone. I like to joke that The Vampires are the world’s most highly-priced bar band, but what a whole lot of men and women never realise is that this is a serious rock band, not just some novelty.
“I wouldn’t continue to keep undertaking it if it weren’t these kinds of a excellent band. “Every person receives together, the musical chemistry is as superior as it receives and the demonstrate will be the optimum energy really hard rock displays you will see all 12 months. I hardly ever get exhausted of taking part in with these men!”
Aerosmith rocker Perry added: “I am searching ahead to having again on the highway with the men in the Vampires this summer.
“It’s likely to be good to get to enjoy a bunch of tunes from our new album as well as a few from our useless, drunk good friends.
“The past tour we were firing on all cylinders and it really is due to the fact of the fantastic help from our admirers that we really press the pedal to the floor. You can hope much of the very same in September. We cannot hold out to get about and show it.”
The reveals were being to be in help of the band’s most recent LP, ‘Rise’ – the follow-up to their 2015 self-titled debut LP – which is mostly comprised of brand name new content, but also features tributes to their late rock friends, which includes Depp’s rendition of David Bowie’s ‘Heroes’.