HYPOCRISY Drummer's Cymbals Ripped Off

HYPOCRISY drummer Horgh's (IMMORTAL) cymbals were reportedly stolen after the band's November 30, 2006 performance at the Exchange in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. A total of seven Paiste cymbals in a orange/red-colored flightcase were ripped off. If anyone has any information regarding the missing items, please e-mail Horgh at [email protected]

As previously reported, HYPOCRISY and DECAPITATED have been forced to cancel tonight's (Dec. 3) "Machines At War Tour" show at Big Easy in Spokane, Washington due to "bad weather conditions."

The "Machines At War Tour" also features FEAR FACTORY and SUFFOCATION.

HYPOCRISY is utilizing the services of DARKANE's Klas Ideberg as a session guitarist for the current tour following the recent departure of Andreas Holma.

(Thanks: Saskmetal.com)


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