TERRORIZER Will Not Perform At AUDITORY ASSAULT FESTIVAL After All
Despite a previous announcement to the contrary, reunited grindcore pioneers TERRORIZER will NOT perform at the Auditory Assault Festival, set to take place November 25, 2006 at Sonar in Baltimore, Maryland. According to a statement released by the festival organizers, "To make a long story short, deadlines were never met when [TERRORIZER's booking agency] said they would be, and unfortunately we believed all of their lies and unfulfilled promises. We were told it was confirmed and obviously that was not true. We hope to never interact again with this agency which clearly could not talk to us like a man on the phone without hanging up on us and calling us every expletive in the book for no reason. The entire process was nothing but a waste of our time, but again, we don't care anymore."
The Auditory Assault Festival billing is currently shaping up as follows:
MISERY INDEX (Maryland)
BATHTUB SHITTER (Japan)
INTERNAL SUFFERING (Colombia)
COMMIT SUICIDE (Pennsylvania)
TOTAL FUCKING DESTRUCTION (Pennsylvania)
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