Huntress Forced To Withdraw From Tour W/ Avatar & Gemini Syndrome

California Metal band Huntress kicked off their tour with Avatar, Gemini Syndrome, and First Decree on August 26th. Sadly, today lead vocalist Jill Janus announced due to healing complications from uterine cancer surgery Huntress will have to withdraw from the remaining dates on the tour making the statement via the band’s Facebook, “Two months ago I had major surgery and ever since I have been eager to get back on stage. On August 26th, Huntress played a sold-out show in Los Angeles at Loaded. The performance was incredible, my voice is strong, and I felt so happy to be back on stage. After the show, I had complications from surgery that left me in severe pain. Although I am now cancer-free, I am clearly not yet healed properly. Due to doctor’s orders, Huntress will be unable to join the tour we were so looking forward to this September with Avatar, Gemini Syndrome and First Decree. In one month, I will celebrate the return of my beast mode on the Motorhead Motorboat Cruise 9/28-10/2, as it will take one more month to properly heal from surgery. I’m so excited for the release of our new album Static on 9/25 and the amazing music video debut of “Sorrow” coming in a few weeks. Huntress will announce new tour dates soon and I can’t wait to meet our fans at many more shows to come! Sending my love to all my Creatures!”

Huntress is set to release third studio record, Static, September 25th via Napalm Records. Hopes are Janus gets the rest she needs due to the healing complications and the band will be back on the road in no time.


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