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Six Cancel Tour Dates After Drummer's Arrest

Huntington Beach, CA’s SIX have been forced to cancel all their upcoming tour dates after drummer Nate Bowers was arrested in Portland, OR last week while back home visiting family. Bowers had allegedly assaulted the singer of a local emo band.

SIX recently released their new album Between The War and the Warning, which features guest appearances by Mike Clark from SUICIDAL TENDANCIES and bassist Tony Campos from STATIC-X, through the group’s own 1605 Records.

Source: sIN's Metal News

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1. pursuit of vikings writes:

"Bowers had allegedly assaulted the singer of a local emo band." LMAO.

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2. BoltThrower writes:

You can arrest him, but can you blame him?

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