AGENT STEEL Drop Off 'Bonded By Metal Over Europe' Tour

AGENT STEEL have dropped off the "Bonded By Metal Over Europe Tour" as a result of unspecified disagreements with their booking agency.

The following is the group's official statement on the matter:

"AGENT STEEL would like to apologize to the European metal fans who will not be able to witness AGENT STEEL live on the second half of the 'Bonded by Metal Over Europe Tour' which is going on right now. We performed nine successful, kick-ass shows, and then the booking agency broke the agreement for the remaining live performances, so we had no choice but to leave the tour with dignity and respect. We apologize to the metal fans for our departure from the tour and at the same time we thank all the die-hard metal supporters, and new friends we made (GRAVE, MORTICIAN, GOD DETHRONED, OCCULT, PROSPECT, CALLENISH CIRCLE, EXODUS, NUCLEAR ASSAULT, etc..). AGENT STEEL will return to Europe for a headline tour in the near future."

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