All That Remains’ Phil Labonte misses show due to “miserable stomach bug”

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All That Remains frontman Phil Labonte wasn’t able to join his band mates for their show in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Thursday night due to coming down with a “miserable stomach bug.”

“I can’t tell you how sorry and upset I am,” Labonte wrote in an Instagram post Thursday. “I feel terrible but in my current condition I am not gonna be able to sing. I love you Ft Lauderdale and I’m wicked sorry.”

Labonte later shared a photo of himself lying in bed while hooked up to an IV.

“Hoping this moves the bug along and I’m better tomorrow,” Labonte wrote. “Thanks to everyone that sent a get well message!”

The rest of All That Remains still played the show, with vocals from members of opening bands Miss May I, Varials and Tallah. According to Setlist.fm, some songs were performed instrumentally with the crowd handling the singing “karaoke style.”

All That Remains is currently on tour celebrating the 15th anniversary of the band’s 2006 album, The Fall of Ideals. The outing is scheduled to continue Saturday in Greensboro, North Carolina.

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