The Faceless has postponed their first show in over two years to June 24 thanks to guitarist and vocalist Michael Keene's hand-related injury. According to Keene in an Instagram post, the new show will feature the band playing songs they've never played live before, as well as "some other surprises." The show will take place at the 1720 in Los Angeles, CA.
Last we heard from Keene was in 2020 when he said he was working on a remix of the band's 2008 masterpiece Planetary Duality.
"Apologies to our LA fans, as we are obligated to postpone today’s show to July 24th. A hand related injury beyond my control left me without much choice in this decision. You deserve no less than 100% and we intend to make sure that is what you get. For those who bought tickets, your tickets are valid for the rescheduled date. We have some surprises in store to make it a memorable show, including playing songs we’ve never played live before! As well as some other surprises that I think will make it an extra special show for everyone.
"That said, it's just a raincheck and we hope to see you and have a great time with you all on July 24th!!"