NOVEMBERS DOOM: European Tour Cancelled

Chicago doomsters NOVEMBERS DOOM have posted the following message on their official web site:

"It is with much sadness, and genuine regret, that we, NOVEMBERS DOOM, must announce a cancelation for our upcoming European performances this October. While making our final arrangements for travel, we have encountered many logistic and legal setbacks, including (but not limited to) crossing European borders with the proper paperwork and permits in time to allow us entry to perform the scheduled dates. Other business-related issues have come to our attention as well, making this trip difficult, and not as cost-effective as originally planned. We felt it was ideal to make the decision now, and work towards a proper tour in 2006, than cancel this trip at the last moment, and disappoint anyone that would come to see us perform. We regret not being able to appear at the ProgPower Festival in the Netherlands on October 1st, the Dutch Day of Doom IV on October 2nd, and the several shows booked in the U.K. for that week. We strongly apologize to the organizers of these shows, as well to the fans, and we do promise you, we are doing everything in our means to reschedule these dates, and perform in Europe for you in 2006.

"NOVEMBERS DOOM will however complete our obligations to perform at the Day of the Equinox festival in Toronto Canada, on October 14th, 2005.

"We appreciate all your understanding, and continued support, and to those who will be disappointed in this, we promise to make it up to you very soon."

NOVEMBERS DOOM's latest album, "The Pale Haunt Departure", came out in March via The End Records. The follow-up to 2002's "To Welcome The Fade" was mixed by Swedish producer/musician Dan Swanö (BLOODBATH, EDGE OF SANITY, NIGHTINGALE) and was mastered by James Murphy (DEATH, OBITUARY, TESTAMENT). Cover artwork was designed by Attila Kis of Demateria.


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