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BAD OMENS cancel Europe and U.K. tour due to "extreme burnout"

Vocalist Noah Sebastian is putting his health first
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Bad Omens' Noah Sebastian
photograph by Steve Thrasher

Bad Omens have canceled the bulk of their summer tour dates, with vocalist Noah Sebastian explaining on the band's social media today (May 23rd) that the current pace of the group is pushing him on the way towards "extreme burnout."

In a brief statement, Sebastian explained that while Bad Omens were set to hit Europe next month for a series of headlining dates, the singer has hit his max "bandwidth" on the promo trail, adding that their schedule has been "putting [his] mind and body in conflict with one another in ways that are becoming detrimental to [his] health." So, the band are putting this trip on pause to re-focus their energies.

"This decision is in the best interest of my health and well-being, and of the long term sustainability of Bad Omens," Sebastian explained. "We need to protect and restore all of the energy that will be demanded of us again soon as we transition into the next chapter."

Though all of their overseas dates have been canceled, Bad Omens will hang onto a weekend of U.S. festival appearances in July.

The band's upcoming CONCRETE JUNGLE [THE OST] release — featuring remixes, live tracks and collabs with HEALTH, WARGASM and more — is due out May 31st via Sumerian Records.

Bad Omens tour dates 2024:
7/20 Grand Rapids, MI - Upheaval Festival
7/21 Mansfield, OH - Inkcarceration Festival