ABIGAIL WILLIAMS Forced To Drop Off U.K. Tour
Phoenix, Arizona-based band ABIGAIL WILLIAMS has issued the following update:
"For those of you who have not yet heard, our drummer, Zach Gibson, injured his wrist during the show in Edinburgh, forcing us to drop off of the remaining dates with BRING ME THE HORIZON. We tried everything in our power to prevent backing out of these shows, but there was no one we could get to fill in on drums on such short notice and Zach would have done more damage to his wrist if we would have tried to continue. We apologize for anyone who bought tickets for these shows or intended to see us on the remainder of the tour. The shows will continue as planned without ABIGAIL WILLIAMS on the bill. With that said, we will definitely return in the near future to make up for many of these lost shows. Thanks to everyone who made our stay in the U.K. worthwhile. See you soon!"
ABIGAIL WILLIAMS's upcoming CD will be recorded with the legendary James Murphy (TESTAMENT, DEATH, OBITUARY) at his new Florida-based production facility. ABIGAIL WILLIAMS look forward to hitting the road with a vengeance in early 2007, including a prestigious slot on the DARK FUNERAL/ENSLAVED North American tour.
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