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The band was scheduled to perform at Dingbatz on Saturday.

Adrenaline Mob, the heavy metal band fronted by Russell Allen, a Morris County resident who once lived in Lyndhurst, was scheduled to perform at Dingbatz in Clifton on Saturday. The show has been canceled following the death of the band’s bass player, David Zablidowsky, in an accident involving the band’s RV on Friday in Florida.

It was the second time in a little over two years that a band member has died in the middle of a tour. In March 2015, drummer A.J. Pero died of a heart attack on the band’s tour bus.

The band’s appeareance at Dingbatz was in Clifton on Saturdaywas tosupport its new album, “We the People,” which was released in June. The accident and Zablidowsky’s death have left the band’s future is uncertain at this time.

Allen was hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries. In an interview a week before the accident Allen credited Zablidowsky and the band’s new drummer, Jordan Cannata, with inspiring him and the guitarist Mike Orlando.

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“They’re just really good players and great guys,” Allen said of the duo. “I’ve never been happier about the vibe onstage and offstage. To listen to Dave and Jordan on these songs has revitalized the band.”