While many tour cancellations and postponements are often blamed on ambiguous reasons such as “scheduling problems” or “logistic troubles,” apparently more than one issue forced Front Line Assembly to dump its fall tour.

“We have had too many problems putting the tour together, and the bottom line is if we can’t put on a good show for the fans, then it’s just not worth it,” Front Line Assembly keyboardist / vocalist Bill Leeb said in a statement. “We apologize to all of you.”

The tour was to begin at Seattle’s El Corazon Oct. 31 and run through Dec. 2 in Vancouver at the Venue. Cities expecting a Front Line Assembly visit included Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Austin, Orlando, Washington, Toronto, Denver, New York City, Salt Lake City and Vancouver.

The band’s current European tour is not affected by the canceled North America dates. For more information, click here for the Front Line Assembly MySpace page.