While people are eagerly awaiting some good news about the future of concerts, it appears shows won't be happening until fall 2021 and Attila frontman Chris Fronzak has some insider info that is both good and bad.

In a lengthy Twitter thread, the Attila singer is giving a bit of hard news to hear showing that even when concerts are happening again, they won't look the same.

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The thread is starting off with Fronz he's been talking with "higher-ups within the music industry" before explaining what he knows.

He reiterates the point that concerts aren't happening until 2021 "or later" and strict rules are going to be in place.

As we found out today, moshing and crowd surfing won't be allowed. According to the Attila frontman, standing isolated and enjoying the music will be the only thing they're allowing.

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A fan then asks for a bit of clarification on whether these measures would be in place until a vaccine is available. As we all know by now, when a vaccine is widely available to the public things will begin to return to normal.

What do you think of Attila frontman Fronz's thoughts and comments on the future of live music? Let us know in the comments below.

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