Sweden's BURST has issued the following update:
"We have had to cancel the Eurosonic appearance [in Groningen, Netherlands in early January], as well as the Tilburg show, for grave personal issues, despite flights booked and paid for, et al.
"It totally sucks. The amount of gravel we have dug through to try and make it to
Holland is not only disproportional, it is in fact insane.
"We will however do the shows we agreed to do to finance the Holland shows, i.e. the Amplified festival in Umeå at the end of January, Sweden and Inferno festival in Oslo, Norway in March.
"All focus on the next record. Studio is being booked for beginning of April."
BURST's second video from its acclaimed "Origo" album (2005), for the track "The Immateria", can be viewed below. The clip was shot in Stockholm, Sweden with director Robinovich of Robinovich Productions.
BURST completed a Finnish tour earlier in the year with fellow Swedes THE HAUNTED.
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