WILL HAVEN: Why We Cancelled Tour

WILL HAVEN have posted the following message regarding their recent tour cancellation via their official web site at www.willhaven.com:

"Hello everyone, quick post to tell everyone that we are fine and well. We really want to apologize for canceling the tour. We had some big problems come up so we had to regretfully postpone the tour. I have seen some posts saying that we broke up, that is not true, the fact is that we have been holed up in our practice space working on new songs. So everything is going really well. As for touring, we are heading over to Japan to do some promotional things, and we get home for a show in Sacramento with our good friends HELLA and RED TAPE which is Friday July 5th. The show is scheduled at Capital Garage but may be moved to the Colonial Theatre. We hope to know more in the next day or two. Visit the site for details on that. It should be an awesome show though so hopefully everyone can make it out. As far as the East Coast tour, we will be making it up hopefully sometime in August or September. We are working on that right now. We have also been working on the home video which will still come out later this summer or fall. We have a lot of live footage on there with a lot of behind-the-scenes stuff, should be really good. Well thank you everyone for the support and again apologize for the canceling of the tour."


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