WORMROT Forced To Delay Start Of U.S. Tour
Singapore grindcore trio WORMROT has been forced to delay the start of its U.S. tour by a few days. According to a press release, the band, which was due to perform with labelmates ORDER OF ENNEAD at Santos Party House in New York City tonight (September 2), has postponed the start of the "Abusing U.S." tour due to visa delays. WORMROT will now be arriving in the USA on September 4 and will be kicking off the tour on September 6 in Cleveland, Ohio.
WORMROT apologises to its fans, but will be rescheduling the New York show for a new date towards the end of the tour.
Commented WORMROT frontman Arif Rot: "I'm off to the airport this Friday night to catch our early-as-fuck flight to the States the next day. Everything has been prepared and we are pumped as fuck to start abusing the USA. LET'S FUCKING GO!"
WORMROT's debut album, "Abuse", is available now worldwide, featuring 23 tracks of pure grindcore plus a bonus disc with an additional 34 tracks of demos, EPs and splits.
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