The Billy Corgan-led rock group Zwan has canceled the remaining dates on its current European tour. A statement issued by the band's label, Reprise, said the decision was "due to family matters." No m

The Billy Corgan-led rock group Zwan has canceled the remaining dates on its current European tour. A statement issued by the band's label, Reprise, said the decision was "due to family matters." No more information was available.

The cancellation affects a number of festival appearances slated for the band, including engagements at Imola, Italy's Heineken Jammin festival; Scheessel, Germany's Hurricane Festival; Barcelona, Spain's Doctor Music Festival; Roskilde, Denmark's Roskilde festival; Kristiansand, Norway's Quart Festival; and, as previously reported, the U.K.'s Glastonbury Festival. In addition to the host of European dates, the group has canceled its scheduled July 25 appearance at the Fuji Rock Festival in Japan.

The group -- which also features ex-Smashing Pumpkins drummer Jimmy Chamberlain, ex-Chavez guitarist/vocalist Matt Sweeney, ex-Tortoise guitarist David Pajo, and ex-A Perfect Circle bassist/vocalist Paz Lenchantin -- is touring in support of its debut album, "Mary Star of the Sea." The disc debuted at No. 3 on The Billboard 200 in February and has sold 259,000 copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Here is a list of dates affected by Zwan's tour cancellation:

June 15: Imola, Italy (Heineken Jammin Festival)
June 16: Rome (Centralino del Tennis)
June 17: Naples, Italy (Arena Flegrea)
June 20: Scheessel, Germany (Hurricane Festival)
June 21: Barcelona, Spain (Doctor Music Festival)
June 22: Toulouse, France (Havana Club)
June 24: Marseille, France (Marseille at the Docks)
June 26: Lille, France (Zenith)
June 27: Glastonbury, England (Glastonbury Festival)
June 29: Roskilde, Denmark (Roskilde Festival)
July 2: Malmo, Sweden (Kulturbolaget)
July 3: Gothenburg, Sweden (Tradgarn)
July 4: Kristiansand, Norway (Quart Festival)
July 6: Turku, Finland (Ruisrock Festival)
July 9: Brixton, England (Brixton Academy)
July 10: Manchester, England (Manchester Apollo)
July 12: Glasgow, Scotland (T in the Park)
July 13: Dublin (Witnness Festival)
July 16: Fano, Italy (Piazza XX Settembre)
July 18: Berne, Switzerland (Gurten Festival)
July 19: Catania, Italy (Lungomare)
July 20: Lucca, Italy (Piazza Napoleone)
July 25: Fuji, Japan (Fuji Rock Festival)

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