While Ginger Wildheart currently remains hospitalized due to his on-going mental health issues and has postponed his upcoming solo shows, the singer has confirmed he intends to be ready for action for the forthcoming debut Mutation tour this autumn.
I am fully committed to the Mutation tour in October, and all other Mutation activity to come. I consider this music a catharsis, a way of channeling the aggression and desperation that I’m currently experiencing.
These shows will act as essential therapy in keeping me focused and providing a goal to strive for in my mental health well-being. I’m maintaining my fitness and keeping my eye on the prize.
When I say that we will rid ourselves of our demons on every date of this tour in mean it 100 per cent. This will not be a drill.
The Mutation shows will be in support of the recently released and critically acclaimed Mutation III: Dark Black album which was released in June on Undergroove. The band is completed by co-writer Scott Lee Andrews (Exit_International) and drummer Denzel (Vennart/Young Legionnaire).
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