GOD FORBID's kick-off show on "The Chains of Humanity Tour" in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania — originally scheduled for last night (Thursday, Jan. 4) — has been postponed until Febuary. "We are awaiting the exact date of the re-schedule show, but will post it as soon as it is confirmed," the band writes on its web site. "We want to reiterate that WE DID NOT CHOOSE TO DO THIS. The venue had some remodeling that needed to be done, and we were told only a couple days before. We have been trying to find a way to do the show, but couldn't find another venue. Again, GF and all of the bands apologize."
In addition to GOD FORBID, "The Chains of Humanity" tour features GOATWHORE, MNEMIC, ARSIS, THE HUMAN ABSTRACT and BYZANTINE.
GOD FORBID's critically acclaimed new album, "IV: Constitution of Treason", entered The Billboard 200 chart at No. 119 in its first week of release. A limited edition DualDisc version of the album was also made available, featuring an exclusive, making-of-the-album, behind-the-scenes documentary containing band interviews and tons of in-studio footage that takes you from rehearsals to pre-production all the way to the mastering.
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