DIMMU BORGIR Cancel Australian, Japanese Tours
Norwegian black metallers DIMMU BORGIR have reportedly cancelled all of their Australian/Japanese dates that were scheduled to take place in early February. Although no official reason was given for the cancellation, it is believed that problems with the Japanese portion of the trek led to the decision to call off both tours. This is the second time DIMMU BORGIR have cancelled an Australian tour, having previously axed what would have been their first-ever trip Down Under back in 1999.
The affected dates are as follows:
Feb. 03 - Shibuya Club Quattro – Tokyo, JAP
Feb. 04 - Nagoya Club Quattro - Nagoya, JAP
Feb. 05 - Shinsaibashi Club Quattro - Osaka, JAP
Feb. 10 - The Arena - Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, AUS
Feb. 11 - The Metro – Sydney, AUS
Feb. 13 - HiFi Bar - Melbourne, AUS
Feb. 14 - HiFi Bar - Melbourne, AUS
Feb. 15 - Adelaide Uni - Adelaide, AUS
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