The Blackout Pull Out Of Teenage Cancer Trust Show

The Blackout have announced that they have been forced to cancel their appearance with Bullet for my Valentine and Fightstar at Teenage Cancer Trust's first rock night at the Royal Albert Hall. A statement from the band said:

“The Blackout have unfortunately had to withdraw from Teenage Cancer Trust's show on Saturday 28th March. While in LA shooting the band's music video, bass player Rhys Lews became ill and was admitted to hospital. Rhys is currently still in LA, and his parents have flown out to be with him.

We are sorry to disappoint our fans, however I'm sure you all understand and we'll update you on Rhys situation as we get more information. Thanks – The Blackout.”

In Case of Fire will replace The Blackout and perform at the charity's show next Saturday (28 March).

The band, consisting of brothers Colin (drums), Steven Robinson (guitars, vocals) and Mark Williamson (bass), will join Bullet for My Valentine and Fightstar for the Kerrang supported event.

As well as completing their debut album 'Align The Planets' with producer Gil Norton (Pixies, Foo Fighters, Echo and the Bunnymen), the band spent last year touring with 30 Seconds to Mars, Queens of the Stone Age, playing shows with the likes of Kids in Glass Houses, Ash and Biffy Clyro, as well as performances at Download, Oxygen, T in the Park, Rock Am Park and Ring (Germany) and the Reading and Leeds festivals.
The band have also won an MTV2 'Spanking New' competition, beating the likes of Adele, Foals, Black Kids and Likke Li to the viewer's choice of bands to watch out for.

Tickets are still available for the night at the prestigious Royal Albert Hall.
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