But Justin Schlosberg has not broken his neck...

Hell Is For Heroes have been forced to cancel a number of dates on their current UK tour due to illness.

But the band are keen to stress that, contrary to rumours, it is not because singer Justin Schlosberg has broken his neck!

Dates affected are tonight’s (April 14) show at Aberdeen Moshulu and Friday at Carlisle Brickyard, as well as shows in Newcastle and Dundee earlier in the week.

The cancelled shows are in the process of being re-scheduled, and the tour is set to resume on Sunday (April 17) at Leicester Charlotte for the following dates:

Sheffield Fez Club (April 18)
Leeds Cockpit (19)
Wrexham Central Station (20)
Birmingham Academy 2 (21)
Manchester Academy 3 (22)
Gloucester Guildhall (23)
Milton Keynes Woughton Centre (24)
London Mean Fiddler (25)

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[a][/a] recently released their second album ‘Transmit Disrupt’.

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