The road can be grueling, and Nonpoint's Elias Soriano is a little worse for wear at this point. The band called off a recent performance in Savannah, Ga. and have a few more days off before playing again, which may give the singer enough time to recover from a back injury.

In addition, Soriano has been suffering from the flu, along with a couple of other band members and crew according to an Instagram posting from the group. Nonpoint have been on a headlining tour with support from Candlelight Red and Digital Summer, but will turn to supporting All That Remains on the road in March.

In their posting about the Savannah show postponement, the band stated:

Due to an injury that has taken place with Elias and his back during a recent performance and at this time we are forced to reschedule tomorrow’s show. Anyone who has seen a Nonpoint show knows how passionate we are about the live performance and giving each and every one of you a show you deserve. With that said Elias will make a full recovery, but must take the next few days to ensure the medication has time to work.

Please know this was a very difficult decision but his health and recovery is most important to ensure we can continue to melt your faces for the rest of 2013 and beyond! We are working on a new date as we speak with the promoter and radio station, please make sure to check back in the morning for further details on the new date, we will also be working on creating something very special for all of you around the new date. Thank you all for understanding- NP

Nonpoint are currently promoting their self-titled album.