Escape the Fate have had a good run on the Five Finger Death Punch fall tour, but unfortunately circumstances have dictated that they exit the trek. The band just revealed the news, citing unforeseen family-related issues for their exit.

The group has been promoting their 'Ungrateful' album on the road and they do expect to return to touring once the family situation is resolved. They also revealed that they intend on making up the dates lost from the remainder of the run.

The band revealed their exit via Facebook in a posting that read as follows:

ESCAPE THE FATE will be dropping off the Wrong Side of Heaven tour (also featuring Five Finger Death Punch, Miss May I and Gemini Syndrome) as of today (Thursday, October 17th) due to unforeseen family–related issues.

The band deeply regrets that they will not be able to see their fans in Bossier City, LA ; Tulsa, OK; Kansas City, MO and Springfield, MO this time around but promises to revisit these cities as soon as their tour schedule will allow.

Five Finger Death Punch will continue their fall tour, with support from Miss May I and Gemini Syndrome. The trek wraps on Oct. 27 in Colorado Springs, Colo. To see the remaining dates, click here.