1349 Pulls Out Of Germany's DEVIL'S REVENGE FESTIVAL
Norwegian black metallers 1349 have cancelled their appearance at the Devil's Revenge Festival, set to take place October 3, 2009 at Alfred Fischer Halle in Hamm, Germany. The band says in a statement that it was forced to pull out of the event "due to severe organizational problems at the forefront of the event on the part of the responsible organizers." The group adds, "Everybody involved and the band tried its best and everything possible to solve the concerned issues, but unfortunately no agreement could be achieved. 1349 and Twisted Talent regret the latest proceedings and want to make sure that there will be no iteration of this situation."
An e-card for "Revelations Of The Black Flame", the new album from 1349, is available at this location. Released on June 2 via Candlelight Records, the CD — like "Hellfire" (2005) and "Beyond the Apocalypse" (2004) — was recorded at StudioStudio Nyhagen in Bøverbru, Norway, and was co-mixed by none other than Tom Gabriel Fischer of CELTIC FROST.
1349 released its third studio album, "Hellfire", in the U.S. in October 2005 via Candlelight Records.
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