In what should come as a surprise to nobody, the Testament, The Black Dahlia Murder, Municipal Waste tour has been officially postponed. Fans are encouraged to hold onto their tickets for the rescheduled dates.
Testament released a statement noting they are still working on rescheduling dates:
“Hi everyone! We unfortunately are going to have to reschedule our upcoming North American spring tour. Please bear with us while we work to get the new dates together with our team. Please hold onto your tickets as they will be honored for the newly scheduled dates. We hope everyone is staying safe, staying home, and we look forward to rocking out with you soon.”
The Black Dahlia Murder offered this comment:
“It is with heavy hearts that we acknowledge the elephant in the room aka the rescheduling of our big US tour with Testament and Municipal Waste, as well as our headlining off dates to, from, and between the scheduled Testament shows. Our new album ‘Verminous’ is still coming out April 17th on Metal Blade Records. Standby for more live info soon!”
Municipal Waste also commented:
“We regret to inform everyone that we will no longer be a part of the upcoming tour with Testament and Black Dahlia Murder; which includes our headlining off dates between those shows, out of an abundance of caution for fans, crew and venue staff.”
While some booking agents fear shows might not resume until the new year, a health expert put the estimate for large gatherings at Fall 2021 the earliest. Ticketmaster, meanwhile, will no longer automatically offer refunds for postponed shows.