A medical emergency has forced post-hardcore act Chiodos to drop off the 'Crowd Surf America' tour with Blessthefall, I Killed the Prom Queen and Capture the Crown.

Chiodos only have a handful of dates left on the 'Crowd Surf America' tour, which they're co-headlining with Blessthefall, but a health issue with guitarist Thomas Erak has halted their immediate plans.

Chiodos released an official statement via Razor & Tie to reveal the unfortunate news, promising to make up the missed tour dates:

Chiodos will be leaving the Crowd Surf America Tour for the remaining dates from Rochester, New York through Columbia Missouri. Here is a statement from the band: "We are sorry to our fans as well as the bands on the tour Bless the Fall, I Killed the Prom Queen and Capture the Crown. Our guitarist Thomas Erak has had a reoccurring medical emergency that needs immediate attention and we want to support him in his recovery. We plan to make up these dates this year. We appreciate our fans continued support and look forward to seeing everyone on the upcoming Parks and Devastation tour with A Day To Remember, Bring Me The Horizon, and Motionless in White.”

Lucky for fans, the Parks and Devastation tour, which begins Sept. 4 in Pittsburgh, Pa., is still booked to continue as scheduled. For the full list of tour dates, click here.