Nick Schendzielos, bassist of Job For A Cowboy, will be forced to sit out the first few weeks of the Summer Slaughter Tour due to his girlfriend being involved in a head-on collision on her scooter. Mike “Gunface” McKenzie from The Red Chord will be taking his place during that time. All tour dates for the festival, which is headlined by Cannibal Corpse and features bands such as Periphery, Between The Buried and Me, The Faceless, and more, can be seen below.
Comments Schendzielos: “Hey friends: On June 28, immediately after landing in Boston to rehearse for Puerto Rico/Summer Slaughter, my girlfriend was in a head-on collision on her scooter. She sustained very serious head and bodily injuries. I flew right home, and we’ve been in the ICU for a week and are still in the hospital to make sure everything is okay. She needs 24/7 supervision for at least two weeks once we get out of here, so I’m very grateful to announce that Gunface from The Red Chord is going to help me out filling in on Summer Slaughter until I can meet back up with it. We love the dude very much and it’s going to be really cool for both JFAC and TRC fans to see. Enormous thanks for understanding this difficult situation and I’ll be back as soon as possible!”
Adds McKenzie: “I’m excited to be playing with JFAC on this tour. Great dudes in this band as well as in the bands on Summer Slaughter. Playing bass is a little different for me but definitely an interesting challenge. I’m definitely looking forward to getting out on the road again. Nick’s bass work is incredible and I’m working hard to get all of his parts down. Sending positive vibes out to him and his lady.”
My best wishes go out to Schendzielos’ girlfriend on a speedy recovery.
7/20/2012 House of Blues – Los Angeles, CA
7/21/2012 SOMA – San Diego, CA
7/22/2012 House of Blues – Las Vegas, NV
7/25/2012 House of Blues – Dallas, TX
7/26/2012 White Rabbit – San Antonio, TX
7/27/2012 Pharr Events Center – Mission, TX
7/28/2012 House of Blues – Houston, TX
7/30/2012 The Ritz – Tampa, FL
7/31/2012 Revolution – Ft. Lauderdale, FL
8/01/2012 The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
8/02/2012 The Valarium – Knoxville, TN
8/03/2012 Amos – Southend Charlotte, NC
8/04/2012 The National – Richmond, VA
8/05/2012 The Trocadero – Philadelphia, PA
8/07/2012 Starland Ballroom – Sayreville, NJ
8/08/2012 Irving Plaza – New York, NY
8/09/2012 Northern Lights – Albany, NY
8/10/2012 The Palladium – Worcester, MA
8/11/2012 Heavy Montreal – Montreal, QC
8/12/2012 Heavy Toronto – Toronto, ON
8/14/2012 House of Blues – Cleveland, OH
8/15/2012 St. Andrew’s – Detroit, MI
8/16/2012 House Blues – Chicago, IL
8/17/2012 The Rave – Milwaukee, WI
8/18/2012 Station 4 – St. Paul, MN * No Cannibal Corpse
8/20/2012 Summit Music Hall – Denver, CO
8/22/2012 The Showbox Sodo – Seattle, WA
8/23/2012 Roseland Theater – Portland, OR
8/24/2012 The Fillmore – San Francisco, CA
8/25/2012 The Grove – Anaheim, CA
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