BEHEADED has cancelled its appearance at the the 2007 edition of the Neurotic Deathfest, set to take place May 11-12 at the Dynamo Club in Eindhoven, Netherlands. The festival organizers have issued the following statement on the matter:

"Unfortunately we were informed that BEHEADED will not be participating in this year's Neurotic Deathfest after breaking earlier confirmed agreements. We briefly tried to salvage this situation by upgrading the initially agreed conditions, but this has also been rejected by the band. We're just as disappointed as all of you who wanted to see the band. Luckily we found a worthy replacement in Dutch death metal pride PROSTITUTE DISFIGUREMENT, who have agreed to take a day off from their studio session to perform on this year's Neurotic Deathfest. Due to this the running order is slightly changed as well."

The 2007 edition of the Neurotic Deathfest will include appearances by VITAL REMAINS, IMMOLATION, KRISIUN and GRAVE, among many others.

For more information and running order, go to


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