Sweden's THE (INTERNATIONAL) NOISE CONSPIRACY, who are fronted by former REFUSED screamer Dennis Lyxzen, have been forced to cancel their UK tour due to a "serious back injury" suffered by the singer.
A statement from the band reads:
"Unfortunately THE (INTERNATIONAL) NOISE CONSPIRACY have been forced to cancel their upcoming UK tour due to serious back problems for the singer Dennis Lyxzén.
"The problems arose during last weekend, but didn't seem very serious in the beginning. However, as it only got worse and to a point where Dennis had problems walking he went to a doctor yesterday morning who said that there's no way he can perform on stage for at least the next two weeks.
"Dennis has a serious muscle inflammation, and will be having tests done later this week.
"The band wants to apologize to everyone involved in this tour and to their fans, but hopes for everyone's understanding of the situation.
"As it is unclear if and when the dates will be re-scheduled, check back for further information or tickets can be refunded at point of purchase. Info will be posted on www.digitalfarmers.com/tinc..."
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