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Darkest Hour Forced To Cancel Remaining Tour Dates

DARKEST HOUR guitarist Mike Schleibaum has posted this bulletin on the band's MySpace page:

"DARKEST HOUR regrets that we have to cancel the last remaining days of our Doomsayer's North American Tour. However, all of the shows will go on as scheduled (with THE RED CHORD headlining New York City, NY, and Allentown, PA) except for Washington, DC, which has been outright canceled.

The tour has been an amazing time but, guitarist Kris Norris has been summoned home to attend to the early birth of his first little baby. It is with great joy that we wish Kris and his wife Christina luck with their new addition to the family.

Sometimes when you live out on the road life back home has to be put first. We couldn't have asked for a better tour package on this tour and our hearts go out to EMMURE, WHITE CHAPEL, and CEPHALIC CARNAGE. We only hope to be blessed with their mighty rock again sometime soon.

Utmost, we apologize to all the fans, friends, dudes and dudettes out there in (NY, DC, and PA). We will be back to make it up to you for sure! We will see ya this summer with a surprise that we can't wait to
announce."

Source: Metaleater

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1. elHefe69 writes:

Saw this show in Dallas. Darkest Hour was OK. Cephalic Carnage ruled the night. The other two bands were crap.

Cephalic Carnage can carry this tour (and I do like Darkest Hour), but they are plain f***ing badass.

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