Norway's SATYRICON have posted the following tour update via their official web site at www.satyricon.no:"Altogether Switzerland and Austria were more exciting than we expected. These places are not exactly fantastic when it comes to metal despite CELTIC FROST coming from Switzerland, but it was nice. Graz being for sure the most enjoyable one in Austria. We're all really tired now and everything is starting to take its toll. Most of us just go very easy all day long to save energy for the show which is the only reason why we are here. Frost's broken foot, needless to say hurts badly, but he's managing. His playing is not ultimate like it can be, but still good enough. Hail to the crowds throughout the last days for showing him how you appreciate his sacrifice! Only four shows left now. Looks like the Moscow show will be postponed by the promoter. See you at the remaining shows and keep on kicking hard."
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