You can now add Mudvayne to the list of bands forced to cancel shows, due to a positive COVID test.
In the past few weeks and months, Korn, Kings of Leon, and Pop Evil have all been forced to cancel or reschedule shows, because of a positive COVID test in their camp. Now, Mudvayne has been forced to do the same.
The band was scheduled to perform at this weekend’s Louder Than Life festival in Louisville, Kentucky, but have been forced to cancel their appearance after singer Chad Grey and a couple of other members of their camp tested positive for COVID:
Loudmouths, we are bummed to inform you that Mudvayne is no longer able to perform this Sunday. While we were eagerly looking forward to their performance at Louder Than Life, we are beyond excited to announce that @breakingbenj has been added to the Sunday lineup. pic.twitter.com/T9cVMHMNh5
— LouderThanLife (@LTLFest) September 21, 2021
Mudvayne announced their reunion earlier this year and were scheduled to perform at four different festival, including Louder Than Life. Unfortunately, that will no longer be happening, but the band hopes to still play two other festivals later this year.