WITHIN TEMPTATION were forced to cancel their scheduled performance in Gent, Belgium Sunday night (Nov. 14) after singer Sharon den Adel woke up this morning without a voice due to a virus, according to a posting on the group's web site. "With help from a doctor and medicines she tried to get her voice back, but unfortunately this didn't bring her voice back," the posting adds. "At [6:00 p.m.] we had to make the decision to cancel the show and replace it to the 19th of December (to be confirmed a.s.a.p.). To everybody who looked forward to the show and maybe already travelled to venue we apologize and will make it up to you the 19th!!!"

WITHIN TEMPTATION are scheduled to release their new album, "The Silent Force", on November 15 via BMG. Audio clips of all the album cuts can be heard online at Bol.com and MusicBay.se.

As previously reported, "The Silent Force" will be released in three formats: a limited digibook version with a DVD bonus, a regular jewel case version, and a version without the booklet, at a special price.


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