EDGUY: Brazilian Show Cancelled
German melodic metallers EDGUY have issued the following update:
"Unfortunately we have to announce that EDGUY will not play the show in Sao Paulo, Brazil on November 11th. The festival promoter booked EDGUY, confirmed the show but never returned the papers. EDGUY's management wanted to get in touch with him several times to discuss the situation, book the flights and prepare things but he never even took the time to answer a call or email. The festival apparently won't happen and the promoter didn't have the balls to tell anyone."
Upcoming EDGUY shows:
Oct. 27 - Nuclear Blast Festival - Stuttgart, Germany
Nov. 03 - Nuclear Blast Festival - Sofia, Bulgaria
Nov. 05 - Club Tochka - Moscow, Russia
EDGUY's latest album, "Rocket Ride", entered the German national album chart at position No. 8 upon its release in late January 2006. The CD also came in at No. 8 in Sweden, No. 25 in Finland, No. 32 in Hungary, No. 48 in Japan, No. 50 in Switzerland, No. 50 in Austria, No. 79 in Norway and No. 81 in Italy.
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