Norwegian rock 'n' rollers GLUECIFER have posted the following message on theeir official web site:"Due to the condition of our singer Biff Malibu, GLUECIFER has to cancel the shows in Spain. The whole band had been looking forward to these dates, as we really enjoy playing this country, and meeting our fans. "Unfortunately, Biff has been sick for more than a week, we have already had to cancel shows in Germany and Belgium, and there was nothing more we could do, to keep him on the road. His body has been infected by some heavy virus, and he hasn’t been able to eat, or get out of bed. The doctor has now told him, that he will get better soon, but he needs rest and recovery. "We sure hope you understand the importance for us, telling you this, as there's no one in the world, who are as sorry, and bummed out by the way things are right now. We have never, in our whole career, been in a situation like this, but sometime, unfortunately had to be the first. "Sitting around, in a cold Oslo city, full of snow, was not the way we had planned to spend the day, and the next ones to come. We will do whatever we can to get the shows rescheduled, and we hope to see you soon."
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