THERION: Omaha Show Cancelled

THERION mainman Christofer Johnsson has posted the following message on the group's official web site:

"We are at this moment travelling to Omaha for the show (in a fucking uncomfortable van with a trailer). We drove 'till 5 in the morning and continued to drive today after four hours of sleep and would have hade it for the Omaha show. We would have been late compared to normal load in time, but we would have had the time to set up our stuff, do a quick soundcheck and do the show (without any support acts). However, we just received a call saying the local promoter already cancelled the show. Nothing we can do about that, but again being very sorry. Especially as we could have done this show, it was not necessary to cancel it.

"We will get the new tour bus this evening though, so be sure of that none of the remaining shows will be cancelled."


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