Much like what happened last fall when terrorists attacked Paris, the terrorist attack that claimed the lives of 31 people at Brussels' airport and train station has affected travel around the Belgium city. One of the bands on tour in Europe right now is Baroness and they've canceled their show in Brussels, making alternate arrangements to perform in The Netherlands instead.

The band initially issued a statement via Facebook alerting fans to their status after the terrorist attacks were reported. At that point, the band decided that they were going to attempt to play elsewhere. Their commentary can be read below:

The band later issued a statement via their Instagram account, expressing their concern for the people of Brussels and Belgium and urging them that even though they are playing elsewhere tonight, they don't encourage fans to tour to the show in any unsafe manner. That being said, they will accept any valid tickets for the Brussels show for their gig at Poppodium Volt. Check out their post in full below:

Baroness will continue to tour and they're next scheduled to perform at the Tivoli De Helling in Utrecht, Netherlands on Wednesday night (March 23). See the remaining dates on their current tour here.