The stars of Killing Joke have appealed to frontman Jaz Coleman to get in touch after he apparently went missing.
A statement posted on the band's official Facebook.com page suggests Coleman logged into the site recently and uploaded an unauthorised message cancelling the group's upcoming U.K. tour dates with rock group The Mission in September (12).
His bandmates insist the concerts haven't been axed, and allege they haven't heard from Coleman and are concerned about him.
Their message, published on Tuesday (31Jul12), reads, "A statement was posted on Facebook, reputedly by our singer, maligning both The Cult and The Mission and pulling us out of the shows. He is now Awol and has not contacted any of his bandmates.
"We are deeply embarrassed by this and offer our sincere apologies to all involved. We are all concerned about our missing singer's welfare... We would still like to honour our commitment to this tour... If this proves not possible, Killing Joke will make alternative arrangements to compensate for the trouble caused. Meanwhile we are doing everything we can to make this tour happen and locate our missing singer."
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