Austrian symphonic melodic metal band SERENITY has been forced to cancel its shows with KAMELOT on March 28 at Rio's in Leeds, U.K. and March 29 at Islington Academy in London, U.K. after the group's lead singer, Georg Neuhauser, came down with "a bad flu with all infections you can imagine." He is currently being treated at a hospital in Austria and is hoping to be able to rejoin the trek in time for the March 31 concert at Z7 in Pratteln, Switzerland.SERENITY's latest album, "Fallen Sanctuary", was released in August 2008 via Napalm Records. The CD was mixed by Jacob Hansen (RAUNCHY, INVOCATOR), who "has provided a state-of-the-art sound for SERENITY's brilliant new offerings," according to a press release. SERENITY's debut album, entitled "Words Untold & Dreams Unlived", came out in April 2007. For more information, visit www.myspace.com/serenitybandtyrol.
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