INCANTATION Drummer Forced To Sit Out European Tour

INCANTATION drummer Kyle Severn will be unable to participate in the group's upcoming "Clash of Demigods" European tour in October/November due to the sudden death of his mother. Filling in on drums for the tour will be Ilmar Uibo from the band BLOODY SIGN. Kyle's statement on the matter reads as follows:

"My family was suddenly hit with the death of my mother. She was very young and was a huge supporter of my metal lifestyle. She meant the world to me!!!! My INCANTATION family is very important to me, but my blood family needs me the most right now. I will return to my metal duties after INCANTATION finishes this European tour. I would like to thank Ilmar Uibo from BLOODY SIGN for filling in on drums with such short notice. Hails to you brother!!!!"

INCANTATION's "Clash of Demigods" European tour with KRISIUN, BEHEMOTH and RAGNAROK will kick off October 21 in Tilburg, Holland.


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