Redlight King has been forced to drop off a string of shows with Saving Abel that was scheduled to begin on Tuesday (July 10th). According to Loudwire, no official reason was given for the group's change in plans. A statement posted at their website read, "Due to unforeseen circumstances, we will no longer be playing this month with Saving Abel. We wish them luck as they continue the tour without us. All other shows will go on as planned."
Redlight King is not scheduled to perform again until July 29th in Syracuse, New York.
After that, the group heads out on the Rockstar Energy Uproar Festival tour, which kicks off on August 17th in Bonner, Kansas.
Redlight King is currently promoting the single "Comeback" from its Something For The Pain album. The song follows the recent Top 10 rock radio hit, "Bullet In My Hand."
We asked group frontman Kaz why he thought the band's songs touched a nerve with so many people:"First and foremost, it's about the human condition, and you know, some of the songwriters that I look up to, like Dylan or Petty or a Springsteen even, those guys were all singing about the same thing. And I think a lot of times now, especially with the economy the way it is, and everyone going through a tough time and sort of the same struggles that I went through, people are relating to the lyric."