CORPORATION 187 Pulls Out Of UK Tour With MALEFICE
Swedish thrashers CORPORATION 187 have issued the following update:
"You might have been informed that we planned to support MALEFICE on their upcoming UK tour in September, but we're very sorry to announce that we will not be able to join them on this tour due to financial problems. As support act, we would not get paid enough money to cover our expenses. Sad but true. We hope you understand and that you might catch us live another time."
"My Sickness", the new video from CORPORATION 187, can be viewed below. The clip was filmed on February 9 with directors Anders Carlborg and Erroll.
Check out photos from the video shoot in the "Pics" section of the band's MySpace page (free registration required).
CORPORATION 187 released its third album, "Newcomers of Sin", in March via Anticulture Records. The CD was recorded at the band's own studio in Linköping and was mastered on December 13, 2007 at Tailor Maid Production in Stockholm by Peter In de Betou. A track from the album, "Teaching the Sick, Feeding the Dead", is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.
CORPORATION 187 was previously signed to Wicked World/Earache Records, which released 2002's "Perfection in Pain" and 2000's "Subliminal Fear".
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