DARK ANGEL: We Are Not Playing Any X-MASS FESTIVALS Dates

DARK ANGEL's webmaster has refuted reports that the reunited Los Angeles thrashers have been added to the Antwerpen, Belgium (Dec. 20) and Tilburg, Holland (Dec. 21) stops of the upcoming X-Mass Festivals European tour (featuring HYPOCRISY, DESTRUCTION, NILE, VADER, DEW-SCENTED, DISBELIEF and MISERY INDEX, among others). "DARK ANGEL HAS NOT been added to this tour or to any of its dates, regardless of what you hear elsewhere," she wrote on the band's official web site. "I promise you that any and all legitimate tour dates will be posted here on the [DARK ANGEL] website as soon as they are confirmed."

The reports of DARK ANGEL being added to the X-Mass Festivals dates originally surfaced via the official web site of Belgium's Metallysee booking agency, who are organizing the trek. DARK ANGEL's name has since been removed from the list of acts participating in the tour.

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