California rock trio Kyng are known as road warriors but they have been forced to drop off their most recent trek with Clutch due to an injury sustained by their bassist Tony Castaneda.

Castaneda was involved in an unfortunate auto accident and this unexpected situation will also delay Kyng’s plans to record their sophomore follow up to their debut ‘Trampled Sun’ with producer Jim Rota (Fireball Ministry, Sound City), and Andrew Alekel in Los Angeles this spring.

Although the injury has affected the band’s touring schedule and recording plans, Kyng will continue the process of working on their forthcoming record with a planned release for this Summer.

Below are a list of Kyng’s canceled tour dates. Clutch will move forward on the road with supporting acts Orange Goblin and Lionize. Texas band Scorpion Kings are set to take the place of Kyng on the bill.

Kyng's Cancelled Tour Dates:
March 08 - Cincinnati, Ohio - Bogart's
March 09 - Nashville, Tenn. - Marathon Music Works
March 10 - Sauget, Ill. - Pop's Concert Venue
March 12 - Tulsa, Okla. - Cain's Ballroom
March 14 - Dallas, Texas - The Palladium
March 21 - West Hollywood, Calif. - House of Blues Sunset Strip
March 22 - Tempe, Ariz. - Marquee Theatre
March 26 - San Francisco, Calif. - Regency Ballroom
March 27 - Reno, Nev. - Knitting Factory Concert House
March 31 - Boise, Idaho. - Knitting Factory
April 01 - Missoula, Mo. - Wilma Theatre
April 02 - Spokane, Wash. - Knitting Factory Concert House
April 03 - Vancouver, BC, Canada - Commodore Ballroom
April 11 - Des Moines, Iowa - Wooly's
April 12 - Chicago, Ill. - House of Blue's
April 13 - Grand Rapids, Mich. - Orbit Room
April 18 - Toronto, ON, Canada - Sound Academy
April 19 - Pittsburgh, Pa. - Stage AE
April 20 - Baltimore, Md. - Ram's Head Live