STATIC-X Cancels Remainder Of European Tour

STATIC-X has issued the following update:

"After exhausting all options over the past week, STATIC-X has been forced to cancel the remaining dates on their European tour due to transportation issues.

"Our tour bus broke down and was unable to be fixed in a timely manner. Due to the busy summer touring in Europe, STATIC-X has been unable to find a replacement bus to finish out the tour.

"Disappointed, the band is heading back home to the U.S. to prepare for their upcoming Ozzfest dates earlier than expected.

"STATIC-X will return to Europe soon to perform to the fans they missed this time around."

The following dates have been cancelled:

Jun. 29 - Re-load Festival – Hannover, Germany
Jun. 30 - With Full Force Festival – Leipzig, Germany
Jul. 02 - Planet Music – Vienna, Austria
Jul. 04 - Hodokvas Festival – Bratislava, Slovakia
Jul. 05 - Konzerthaus – Lucerne, Switzerland
Jul. 06 - Trebendo – Paris, France

STATIC-X's new video for the song "Destroyer" is available for viewing online at YouTube. The track comes off STATIC-X's new album, "Cannibal", which has sold 98,000 copies in the United States since its early April release, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The CD shifted more than 30,000 copies in the U.S. in its first week of release to land at No. 36 on The Billboard 200 chart. This represents a slight drop from the 35,000 tally registered by the band's "Start a War" album, which came out in June 2005 and debuted at No. 29.


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