Britain's ONE MINUTE SILENCE have cancelled the remainder of their U.K. tour after Brian "Yap" Barry was taken ill with "mental exhaustion." No further information is available at this time.

ONE MINUTE SILENCE's third full-length album, "One Lie Fits All", is due on July 7 through Taste Media. The follow-up to 2000's "Buy Now... Saved Later" was produced by John Leckie (MUSE, RADIOHEAD, KULA SHAKER, JOHN LENNON) and John Cornfield (SUPERGRASS, CATATONIA) at Airfield Studio in St. Merryn, Cornwall.

ONE MINUTE SILENCE have yet to secure a U.S. record deal for the forthcoming album, having parted ways with V2 Records at the end of 2001.


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