Shrapnel cancels shows after failed suicide attempt singer Aarran Tucker
British thrash metal band Shrapnel cancels its upcoming show at SOLEMPNYTYS FESTIVAL in Plymouth, after singer Aarran Tucker made a failed suicide attempt.
Says the band:
“Shrapnel will not be performing this Saturday at SOLEMPNYTYS FESTIVAL in Plymouth.
Aarran is recovering in hospital after an attempt to take his own life. Luckily we were able to get to him before the worst could happen and he’s being looked after.
Please respect our privacy at this time but join us in wishing
Aarran a speedy recovery.
We once again encourage you all to seek help and speak up if you are struggling with ANYTHING and look after your mental and physical health.
Find resources in your area and get the numbers to call. Speak to someone and look after yourself and each other.
Shrapnel is signed to Candlelight Records and have released their thirs album ‘Palace for the Insane’ in 2020. This was the debut album of Aarran with the band, who joined in 2019, having also played with Terebos and Sathamel.