JUNGLE ROT Pulls Out Of MASSACRE's 'Re-Animated' Tour
Wisconsin-based death metallers JUNGLE ROT have cancelled their participation in the "Re-Animated" European tour with MASSACRE due to what they claim is "gross mismanagement and miscommunication." The band says, "There is just no way we can take the chance of going to Europe to get screwed and lose tons of money. The tour is month away and half the dates are booked. We never got our contracts. Our plane tickets were never purchased. We cannot afford to risk it at this time. We sincerely apologize to anyone affected by this decision, but we just can't get ourselves into a financial hole again."
JUNGLE ROT's video for the track "Victims of Violence" can be viewed below. The clip was filmed in June 2006 at a military vehicle graveyard in Wisconsin with director Dave Paul (DISTURBED, FIREBALL MINISTRY, SKANK) of DP Filmworks. "Victims of Violence" comes off the band's latest album, "War Zone", which was released on June 27, 2006 via Crash Music.
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