NIGHTMARE Pulls Out Of Germany's SWORDBROTHERS FESTIVAL

French power metallers NIGHTMARE have cancelled their appearance at the Swordbrothers Festival, set to take place December 22 at JUZ Andernach in Andernach, Germany. According to a statement released by the band, "The real reason is that the promoter didn't take his responsibilities and was not able to fullfill his commitments. That was totally beyond our control: the promoter decided himself before finding an amicable agreement to replace NIGHTMARE at the festival. The band regrets a lot this situation but it will definitely come to Germany in 2008 in much better conditions."

NIGHTMARE's new album, "Genetic Disorder", was released on October 31 via Regain Records. The CD was recorded at Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden with producers Fredrik Nordström and Henrik Udd (IN FLAMES, HAMMERFALL, DIMMU BORGIR, ARCH ENEMY).

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