Swedish/Danish metallers CRYSTAL EYES have issued the following update:

"We are very sorry that we have to cancel the Gothenburg Metal Festival gig [scheduled for April 29-30 at Musikens Hus in Gothenburg, Sweden]. The reason for this is that Stefan [Svantesson, drums] has gone through several shock treatments over the last month and this has affected his memory very badly. Right now it’s impossible for him to play so we have decided to take a break to let him recover. We wish him the best in doing this and hope he understands that his health is more important than anything else."

CRYSTAL EYES's fifth album, "Dead City Dreaming", was released last November. The CD was recorded at Crystal Sounds studio with producer Fredrik Nordström.

CRYSTAL EYES last year parted ways with guitarist Jonathan Nyberg and replaced him with Niclas Karlsson (FIERCE CONVICTION, ZONATA, FRETERNIA, RISING FAITH).


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