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KING'S X Guitarist TY TABOR Diagnosed With Unspecified Illness, Band Cancels European Tour Dates

They're calling it an "illness requiring vigilant monitoring."

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King's X recently announced their first new record in 14 years Three Sides of One due out September 2 alongside a handful of European tour dates this fall. Unfortunately those dates have been cancelled after guitarist Ty Tabor has been diagnosed with what he's calling "an illness requiring vigilant monitoring." Whatever he's dealing with, we wish Tabor all the best.

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"Hello everyone. I recently went in for some medical tests and discovered that I have an illness requiring vigilant monitoring," said Tabor in a statement published to King's X's social media. "As a result, I will need to remain in the U.S. while following medical advice and potential treatment.

"I know this is a disappointment for those who have waited so long for our European shows. I am sorry for this unavoidable setback. I want everyone to know that my prognosis is good. We plan to keep doing shows in the U.S. so I can remain close to home and take less risks while dealing with this change in life. Thanks so much for all of your love and support."

Pre-orders for Three Sides of One are available here.

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