Endwell cancel Summer touring plans

Endwell have cancelled all remaining Summer tour plans, which included plans with This Is Hell and Decoder.

In a statement released to fans, the band noted financial and personal reasons for the cancellations, but offered no further explanation.

In the statement, Endwell commented:

“We’d like to apologize to everyone who was planning on seeing us this summer w/ This is Hell and Decoder but unfortunately we are unable to do these next few weeks worth of dates. This was definitely not an easy decision to make but financially and personally there are some things that just have to be taken care of before we can get out and hit the road for months/years on end again. It bums us out tremendously as we were really excited to get out there in support of our new record “PUNISHMENT“.

We have never pulled out of a tour like this and we promise to make it up to you guys. We’re currently putting together a Co-Headliner right now w/ some cool bands so we can get out there and do a proper FULL US Release tour. Please go support TIH and Decoder this summer as the tours will still be a blast.

Thanks to everyone who has picked up the new album and has been patiently waiting for us to get to your town. We couldnt do it without you! In the meantime pick up “PUNISHMENT” and look on the brightside, now you have time to learn all the words to scream back at us next time you see us play!

* ALSO we’d like to thank everyone who made our Canadian tour a blast….Bailey, Shai Hulud, This Is Hell, Naysayer and My Turn to Win. The tour was fun as hell and it was awesome making new friends…to everyone who came out, THANK YOU!!!”

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