Swedish metallurgists AVATAR have carried over the last five shows to their “Go hunting” American tour after the singer of the group Johannes Eckerström tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus.
AVATAR broke news of the postponement in a social media post on Tuesday, October 12. The group wrote: “We are sorry to announce that the remaining dates of the Go hunting the tour is postponed. Johannes has tested positive for COVID-19. He is fully vaccinated, is feeling well under the circumstances, and expects full recovery shortly. Unfortunately, it won’t be in time for the remaining shows to happen. We are already working on solutions to fix the dates at a later date. We are considering routing around our dates from January to ShipRocked, so please stay tuned for that!
“We made a point of not seeing any friends, fans or anyone outside our bubble during this race to minimize the risks. We thank everyone who helped make this tour as safe as possible. It’s amazing that we have come this far and that it was a team effort.
“It’s just a bump in the road and we’ll see you all very, very soon!
“Be good to yourself. Take care of one another.”
October 12 – Billings, MT – Pub Station
October 14 – Spokane, WA – Knitting Factory
October 15 – Portland, OR – Roseland Theater
October 16 – Garden City, ID – Revolution Concert House and Event Center
October 18 – Seattle, WA – Neptune
Last month, AVATAR released two new songs: “Go hunting” and “Mother with sterile sheets”. AVATAR also announced his signing with a new label. They are now part of the Thirty Tigers list and launched their own Black Waltz Discs to print.
The clip of “Go hunting” was again led by Johan Carlén. The black-and-white animated visual features a giant insect as the protagonist, faceless men in costume, the band performing, and much more in its storyline.
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