CRADLE OF FILTH: Official Statement Regarding U.K. Show Postponement

CRADLE OF FILTH have issued an official statement regarding the postponement of their U.K. dates, originally scheduled to take place later in the month.

The statement reads as follows:

"CRADLE OF FILTH have had to postpone their three December live shows due to ill health. Unfortunately, [vocalist] Dani [Filth] has been diagnosed with a respiratory condition, which currently prevents him from singing.

"The three dates, 11/12 Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall, 12/12 Norwich Waterfront and 13/12 London Astoria K-Fest will be re-arranged to happen in the new year. Previous tickets will be valid for these shows.

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"CRADLE OF FILTH apologize to their fans for having to postpone the shows."


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