HYPOCRISY: Australian Tour Canceled
Swedish death metallers HYPOCRISY have been forced to cancel their previously announced Australian tour.
Commented HYPOCRISY mainman Peter Tägtgren: "[The promoter] hasn't yet provided us with flights or working visa for this tour and we're forced to leave next Monday, January 14. We have asked time after time after time, and even put up a deadline to deliver that, but he has failed to do so for three months now. It's so close that it's all too late now. We can't even get into the country even if we had flight tickets, 'cause he didn't fix working visa for us yet. I can only hope you get your money back for the tickets you bought, and that [another] booker from Australia will invite us soon so we can finally go to your country."
HYPOCRISY is putting the finishing touches on its new album, "End Of Disclosure", for a late March release via Nuclear Blast Records.
The band's latest DVD/CD, "Hell Over Sofia - 20 Years Of Chaos And Confusion", was released in October 2011 via Nuclear Blast. The disc contains footage of the group's February 27, 2010 concert at the Blue Box club in Sofia, Bulgaria.
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