ATROCITY Explain EARTHSHAKER FEST 2004 Cancellation
Long-running German metallers ATROCITY have issued a statement regarding the cancellation of their previously announced appearance at the Earthshaker Fest 2004, a two-day open-air event set to take place July 23-24 in Geiselwind, Germany. It reads as follows:
"Dear fans of ATROCITY, it's with sad emotions that we have to announce that the upcoming concert of ATROCITY at the Earthshaker Fest 2004 cannot take place. We were forced to make this decision due to reasons that we may inform you about at a later point of time. Neither the organizer of Earthshaker Fest, nor the booking agency A.S.S./ Dragon Productions or the band are responsible for this these miseries. ATROCITY explicitly underline the band's strong wish to play this concert. Moreover, the band will try to play this gig in the future."
ATROCITY's latest album, "Atlantis", was released in April through Napalm Records. The CD was recorded at Mastersound Studio in Fellbach, Germany under the production guidance of ATROCITY mainman Alex Krull.
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