Following the news last week of several new shows added, things seem to have gone south for Van Halen since then. Without much explanation, the legendary rock band just announced that they’ll be postponing all remaining tour dates after their June 26 show in New Orleans, La. With over 30 dates being postponed, the dates impacted start on July 7 in Uncasville, Conn. and span through a Sept. 25 gig in Milwaukee. This obviously means that the July 26 Van Andel Arena show is also canned for now.

According to Pollstar, the band has already removed all of the dates from their website. However as of right now, the shows are only being postponed, hinting that they will be rescheduled at a later date.

Markets affected by the postponements include: Philadelphia, Baltimore,  Detroit, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Memphis, Spokane, Reno, Fresno and Wichita, just to name a few.

No particular reason has been given for the postponements, yet Rolling Stone reports that sources say the bandmembers “hate each other” and that they are “arguing like mad.”

Van Halen still have active tour dates running through May and June that have not been impacted by this turn of events, check out all the dates below including the postponed ones.

Van Halen are currently touring in support of ‘A Different Kind of Truth,’ their first album with singer David Lee Roth since ’1984.’

Van Halen 2012 Tour Dates:

5/19 — St. Paul, Minn., Xcel Energy Center
5/22 — Kansas City, Mo., Sprint Center
5/24 — Denver, Colo., Pepsi Center
5/27 — Las Vegas, Nev., MGM Grand Garden Arena
6/1 — Los Angeles, Calif., Staples Center
6/3 — Oakland, Calif., Oracle Arena
6/5 — San Jose, Calif., HP Pavilion
6/12 — Anaheim, Calif, Honda Center
6/14 — San Diego, Calif – Viejas Arena
6/16 — Phoenix, Ariz., US Airways Center
6/20 — Dallas, Texas, American Airlines Center
6/22 — San Antonio, Texas, AT&T Center
6/24 — Houston, Texas, Toyota Center
6/26 — New Orleans, La., New Orleans Arena

Postponed dates:

7/7 — Uncasville, Ct., Mohegan Sun Arena
7/9 — Hampton, Va., Hampton Coliseum
7/11 — Philadelphia, Pa., Wells Fargo Center
7/13 — East Rutherford, N.J., Izod Center
7/15 — Baltimore, Md., 1st Mariner Arena
7/17 — Rochester N.Y., Blue Cross Arena
7/19 — Detroit, Mich., Joe Louis Arena
7/21 — London, Ontario, John Labatt Centre
7/24 — Toledo, Ohio, Huntington Center
7/26 — Grand Rapids, Mich., Van Andel Arena
7/28 — Cleveland, Ohio, Quicken Loans Arena
7/31 — Fort Wayne, Ind., Allen County Memorial Coliseum
8/2 — Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein Center
8/4 — Knoxville, Tenn., Thompson-Boiling Arena
8/6 — Memphis, Tenn., FedEx Forum
8/8 — Birmingham, Ala., BJCC Arena
8/10 — Greenville, S.C., BI-LO Center
8/12 — Cincinnati, Ohio, US Bank Arena
8/21 — Spokane, Wash., Spokane Arena
8/23 — Portland, Ore., Rose Garden
8/25 — Sacramento, Calif.,Power Balance Pavilion
8/28 — Fresno, Calif., Save Mart Center
8/30 — Reno, Nev., Reno Events Center
9/4 — Salt Lake City, Utah — EnergySolutions Arena
9/8 — Albuquerque, N.M., Tingley Coliseum
9/11 — El Paso, Texas, Don Haskins Center
9/13 — Austin, Texas, Frank Erwin Center
9/15 — Oklahoma City, Okla., Chesapeake Energy Arena
9/17 — Wichita, Kan. – Intrust Bank Arena
9/21 — Moline, Ill., Iwireless Center
9/25 — Milwaukee, Wis., Bradley Center