GLUECIFER Singer Taken Ill, Band Cancel Shows

Norwegian rock 'n' rollers GLUECIFER were forced to cancel their previously scheduled shows in Bochum, Germany, and Hasselt, Belgium after their singer, Biff Malibu, was taken ill. "Biff has been set back by some weird virus infection, but he's slowly getting back on track," the band write on their web site." The Bochum show has since been rescheduled for Dec. 12.

GLUECIFER have just issued a DVD, entitled "Royally Stuffed", featuring "almost three hours of GLUECIFER stuff," including concert, interview and home video footage.

GLUECIFER recently finished recording a track for the upcoming sampler "No Music Requests". This compilation celebrates the 20th anniversary of Oslo's somewhat legendary bar Last Train. GLUECIFER's contribution comes in the form of a track called "You Keep Me Up All Night".


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