CANDIRIA have pulled off their European tour with THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN and RABIES CASTE, citing "conflicting show times, lack of promotion and ultimately a lack of confidence in the tour on the part of the powers behind it" as the reason for the early withdrawal. According to an official statement from the group, "a stalwart attempt by the band to hold fast in London in order to play two scheduled headlining dates sponsored by Kerrang! magazine in London became financially unfeasible and the band was forced to cut their losses and return to New York."CANDIRIA had completed five headline dates across the UK, including a London show at Camden Palace, and had joined THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN tour in the Netherlands, after which they performed two more dates—in Hannover, Germany, and Berlin, Germany—before making the decision to leave the trek and return home.
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