THERION's Christofer Johnsson has posted the following message on the band's official web site:"THERION will go on tour again, starting in end of January 2007. "I don't like when local promoters are announcing THERION shows before they are official. Before a contract has been signed, it is not to be considered an officially booked show. When the contracts are signed, you will see the date on this web site. "I cannot post dates here that are uncertain, because I have to take responsibility for what I post. If the schedule changes a million times, no one will trust in it in the end. Plus we will have hundreds of questions why we 'cancel' shows that have never been 100% booked in the first place. "So if you hear about a THERION show somewhere else than on this page, it means something is (probably) going on there, but before you see dates on this page, nothing legal is signed." Johnsson recently announced that he was stepping down as THERION's vocalist. Christofer will continue to handle guitar duties for the band.
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