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Malevolent Creation Reportedly Breaks Up, Cancels US Tour Dates

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Malevolent Creation has reportedly broken up and canceled upcoming North American tour dates with Incantation and Seeker. That tour marked the band's return to the road for the first time in five years, supporting new album "Dead Man's Path."

The tour was scheduled to kick off October 6th in Atlanta, Georgia and run through October 26th. All tickets can be refunded at their point of purchase.

While no official statement has been released from the band, multiple promoters have reported the cancellation of the tour due to the band's breakup. The few events listed on the group's facebook page all read "canceled."

The Florida death metal outfit is also celebrating the 25th anniversary of iconic debut record, "The Ten Commandments" this year.

Malevolent Creation is set to perform a handful of dates in South America, which appear to be on at this point, starting in Lima, Peru on September 21st.

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1. Oldthrasherinflorida writes:

Well doesn't this just suck....I actually met the guitarist for MC at work on my ice cream route almost ten years ago....Hopefully this is just some internet rumor and they don't break up

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