Molotov Cancels Tour Dates in South America

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Tito Fuentes of Molotov performs during 2015 Lollapalooza Brazil at Autodromo de Interlagos on March 29, 2015 in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Just days after kicking off their Chinga Tour Madre Latino trek in South America, the Mexican rock band Molotov took to social media to announce the cancelation of their upcoming shows in Uruguay, Chile and Ecuador, all scheduled for this week. 

"To our fans and friends, we are sorry to inform you that we won't be able to go on with the scheduled shows for this tour," the band explains in a statement. "After two concerts in Peru, we are forced to interrupt the tour due to personal and urgent matters that require our immediate presence in Mexico."

"Keep checking our socials for any updates regarding re-scheduled dates. We're very sorry and hope to have more info soon." The Chinga Tour Madre Latino international trek is part of Molotov's 20th anniversary celebration. 

After tweeting out about the canceled tour dates, the "Gimme The Power" quartet shared a sneak peak of their upcoming clothing line in partnership with Levi's Mexico.