TURBONEGRO: Guitarist's Illness Forces European Tour Cancellation

Norwegian rockers TURBONEGRO, who recently parted ways with longstanding drummer Chris Summers, have released the following statement:

"Due to serious illness with Euroboy [guitar], TURBONEGRO will be unable to perform on the forthcoming European Volcom tour. We will work on rescheduling the dates to some point later in the year. Euroboy has asked that we relay to you that he is very sorry that he's unable to do the dates, and looks forward to seeing everyone later in the year, when he is well again. We'll do our very best to keep everyone updated as to how he is doing, but would ask that his privacy is respected at this time."

TURBONEGRO's latest album, "Retox", was released in June 2007.

(Thanks: nrkhordaland.no / Metal-Experience.com)

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