THERION: Denver Show Cancelled

Sweden's THERION were forced to cancel tonight's (Sept. 28) scheduled concert in Denver, Colorado. The group's mainman, Christofer Johnsson, has issued the following statement on the matter:

"It seemed like all problems with the bus was fixed, but instead of waking up being in Denver, the band woke up at a truck repair center in Salt Lake City. The bus can not be repaired quick, as the entire gear box is totally fucked. There is absolutely no way of getting to Denver in time for the show by any means, so the band will head for Omaha (using alternative ways of transport) to make sure that show is saved for sure and a new tour bus will be picking up the band from there for the remaining part of the tour. Needless to say, the band is very sorry for this and hope that some of you people that planned to go to Denver have the possibility to drive to some of the other shows."


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