IN FLAMES: We Did Not Cancel Turkish Festival Appearance

IN FLAMES have issued a clarification with regards to a previously published report suggesting that the band cancelled their March 29 festival appearance in Istanbul, Turkey in order to concentrate on an upcoming tour of the U.S.

The band's statement on the matter is as follows:

"Regarding the festival in Istanbul, Turkey that was mentioned earlier on Blabbermouth: IN FLAMES did NOT cancel their appearance due to an American tour. It was never confirmed at all by IN FLAMES, and to all that expected us to come, we apologize for this misunderstanding, and hope to see you all as soon as we are able to. All the best, I.F."

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