ION VEIN Forced To Pull Off KAMELOT Bill In Illinois

Guitarist Chris Lotesto from Chicago-based progressive-power metallers ION VEIN has issued the following update:

"We're making the official announcement that we have to pull off the bill with KAMELOT [on Sept. 30] at the Pearl Room in Mokena, IL due to the lack of a singer. We were hoping that something was going to pan out but, unfortunately, it didn't, and we're still not any closer to finding the right singer for the band.

"Sorry for the delay in announcing this and we'll see everyone onstage just as soon as we possibly can."

As previously reported, ION VEIN is tracking its third album with producer Neil Kernon (CANNIBAL CORPSE, NEVERMORE, DEICIDE, QUEENSRĊ¸CHE) at Rax Trax studio in Chicago and will be shopping for a new label home upon completion.

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