San Francisco Bay Area "melodic hardcore death metal" band ALL SHALL PERISH have been forced to drop off their tour HATE ETERNAL, KRISIUN and INTO ETERNITY due to "van problems."

"Only two weeks into a wonderful tour with HATE ETERNAL our van died," the band write on their web site. "We had to spend almost $3,000 to get it running again, which was a majority of our tour support. After fairing through expensive gas prices in Canada ($90 dollars a tank), we have run out of funds, and have been left with no choice but to return home.

"On the flip side, we are gearing up with new material for a new release in 2006, followed by a solid touring schedule. There are talks underway with ACACIA STRAIN as well as DESPISED ICON, which would be a truly crushing tour lineup.

"Your [the fans'] support has been phenomenal so far, and we promise not to disappoint you by going soft like som many bands are doing, on our follow-up CD.

ALL SHALL PERISH's debut album, "Hate. Malice. Revenge", is available on Nuclear Blast Records.


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