Every Time I Die were forced to abandon their set mid-performance on April 13 after gunshots were fired during Day One of the JAMboree festival in Toledo, Ohio.

JAMboree has entered its fourth year as a music festival, boasting Every Time I Die as headliners for the fest's first day and Hatebreed as closers for the second and final day. Unfortunately, the April 13 date was cut short due to gunfire during Every Time I Die's set. There have been no injuries or arrests reported, and the JAMboree festival organizers have not offered a comment on the situation.

Every Time I Die vocalist Keith Buckley, bassist Steve Micciche and drummer Ryan 'Legs' Leger also sent out tweets regarding the situation from their personal Twitter accounts:

Every Time I Die are currently finishing up a string of dates with Hatebreed and Terror, which will conclude on April 19 at this year's New England Metal & Hardcore Festival.

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