By Dave Herrera | Aug. 17, 2016 | 11:35 a.m.
Update (5 p.m. 8/17/16): Justis Mustaine has issued a statement of his own regarding the situation, also via Facebook, which you can read below in its entirety. For contextual clarity, Havok's statement has been posted below in its entirety, as well.
Havok just announced that is no longer going to be part of the lineup for the upcoming Megadeth tour featuring Amon Amarth, Suicidal Tendencies, and Metal Church.
The Denver-based thrash metal band, which toured with Megadeth on its most recent tour, was slated to appear on the next tour, plans that have now fallen through.
The band was previously managed by Mustaine Management, by Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine's son Justis, and when contract negotiations between the band and the management firm reached an impasse, the band claims it was dropped from the tour, according to a statement issued this morning by Havok frontman David Sanchez
On the advice of its attorney, the band didn't go into great detail, but Sanchez did say that Havok was "offered an unacceptable management contract from Mustaine Management, which we declined."
Havok's statement, via Facebook: