Finland's SINERGY have posted the following update via their official web site (www.sinergy.org):"[SINERGY frontwoman] Kimberly [Goss] recently received a phone call from a writer who was interested in telling her life story in an exclusive autobiography. After meeting with the biographer and having gotten the green light from the publishing company, the book deal has been set into motion! The biographer will chronicle the life and times of Kimberly, revealing many exclusive stories and facts about her life that she has never even spoken of in any interview. The book will dig deep into her early childhood and go onward to tell about the struggles she's faced as a woman in the heavy metal business. You will read stories of child abuse, life growing up in America, her early years in the metal scene, her radical decision to leave her home country in an attempt to turn her passion for heavy metal into a career, exclusive stories about what is was like playing in her first bands and touring with them, the ugly side of the music industry, her personal life, the formation of SINERGY, and much, much more. The book will also feature many never before seen pictures from her childhood and of her adventures travelling throughout the world with various bands. The biographer also plans to interview many other people in Kimberly's life, past and present, friends and foes. In other words, you'll hear more than just Kimberly's version of the events chronicled in the book. "When asked about the book, Kimberly stated, 'I'm so deeply honored that they have shown interest in making my autobiography because I'm not even a REAL rock star *hahaha*! I'm nobody! They explained that this fact didn't matter, but they (the publishing company) feel that I have an interesting story to tell. I must agree on that point, and I think this will be a book that everyone can enjoy. Metal people, non-metal people, hobbits, aliens, monkeys, etc... If anything, it's just an interesting look into the roller-coaster ride that is my life. Tragedy, triumph, love, hate, and of course the whole, 'sex, drugs & rock n' roll' thing. This book will have it all! It will be a TELL-ALL book and I will NOT hold back on ANYTHING! I can guarantee that there will be many shocking stories revealed here, but I'm ready to vent it all out in this book! More importantly, I hope this book will have a strong impact on young girls that are pursuing a career in heavy metal. I dedicate this book to you ladies!' "This project has already begun, but will take a long time before it'll see the light of day. The book will first be published in Finnish, but is currently in negotiations to have a worldwide release in English." In other news, SINERGY have cancelled their gig in Estonia on Dec. 25. "This is not the fault of the band or the promoter," reads a message on the group's web site. "It just happens that there is absolutely no transportation available from Helsinki to Tallin on the 25th. No planes, or ferries are operating that day. The only other option was to have a driver pick up the band in Helsinki, but for that to be possible they'd have to drive through Russia and therefore would be in need of Russian visas which cannot be issued to the band until December 27th at the earliest. The band and the promoter sincerely apologize for this inconvenience. Please understand that every possible option was tried to make this gig happen, but in the end it was just not possible. The band promises to make this up to the Estonian fans in the future someday!"
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