Cradle Of Filth Bassist Issues Tour Update
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Starting Halloween night in Quebec City, Cradle Of Filth will be hitting the road in support of their latest release, "Nymphetamine." The band will be playing a couple dates in Canada before starting the MTV2 Headbangers Ball Tour on 11/4 in Sayreville, NJ with special guests Arch Enemy, Bleeding Through and Himsa.
CoF most recently finished up a South American tour, and though the band had a great time and hope to return soon, they're more worn for the wear. For those of you who've heard anything to the contrary, do know that the above tour of the US is to happen without a hitch, the band told us so!
Bassist Dave Pybus fills us in:
Our schedule is pretty grueling right now. We have a few injuries at the moment too. Fans in South America will have seen that our guitarist Paul Allender was not present. His stand in for the tour was our studio engineer, Dan Turner. Paul suffered a serious hand injury prior to the tour and we did not want to cancel as we had worked hard planning the trip for months. Paul is now fully recovered in time for this recording session and the U.S. tour which starts on Hallowe'en with Arch Enemy, Bleeding Through and Himsa. I also managed to injure my back during the show in Santiago, Chile but we only had one more gig to play before I could return home and rest. That seems to be recovering day by day.
Source: Roadrunner Records
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