BENEATH THE MASSACRE: Van Accident Forces Cancellation Of Tour With NEURAXIS

Canadian death metallers BENEATH THE MASSACRE have been forced to drop out of their previously announced Canadian tour with NEURAXIS due an accident with their van. The guys are reportedly safe, but the vehicle has sustained a lot of damage. NEURAXIS will proceed with the dates as scheduled.

A spokesperson for BENEATH THE MASSACRE has issued the following statement regarding the matter: "I am sorry to anounce that BENEATH THE MASSACRE will not be able to do the Canadian tour because we've just crashed our van 45 minutes [outside] Thunder Bay: roll-overs at 100km/h...was not cool at all. The guys look OK physically, but our van is a total waste and we're now working hard to find a way to go back home. I hope everyone understands."

For a complete listing of NEURAXIS' Canadian tour dates, click here.

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