ILL NINO Scrap Tour, Blame Promoters

ILL NINO have scrapped their previously announced "We Salute You Tour" with DROWNING POOL, FLAW, 40 BELOW SUMMER and CANDIRIA. "The tour was cancelled because of lack of securing the venues, and lack of proper advertising," reads a posting on ILL NINO's web site. "The promoters responsible for the tour, Nocturnal Productions, did a terrible job in confirming, and advertising all the tour dates.

"We're truly sorry that we will not get to see you all in November, we"ll be booking some U.S. dates for the end of December, see you all soon."

ILL NINO's debut DVD, "Live In the Eye of the Storm", is scheduled for release next month via Roadrunner Records. In addition to live footage recorded in Pennsylvania while the band was on tour with GODSMACK, the disc will contain behind-the-scenes footage of the band on the road, individual segments of each band member making some "confessions," and all of ILL NINO's promotional videos.


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