Evergrey Postpones Atlanta Show
Evergrey will be unable to perform their scheduled show in Atlanta, Georgia on March 12th as a result of a delay with the immigration paperwork. A message from the band reads as follows:
"We are so fucking sorry for not being able to play, but the rules of USA's immigration prevents us from doing so. Normally this has never been a problem as the paperwork has always been swift enough, but now, for some reason we have yet to be approved.
"Even more frustrating (if possible) is that we will be there, in Atlanta, but not be able to perform. We have all our shit with us and everything as we are also going to Mexico BUT WE CAN'T PLAY. We are so terribly sorry for this, as we are not and have never been a band that cancels, anything. However this is out of our hands... we are looking to make this up by returning in May to perform for you guys and also try to fit some more gigs in there.
"(We have lost a major amount of money due to connecting flights to Mexico that are already bought and payed for and the petitions we still have to pay even though we aren't even approved!)
"But at the same time of course understand and appreciate that some our fans loss are hitting them harder. Once again we are as sorry as we can be, but we are a band of our word and will return to compensate, in one way or another.
"For those of you who are interested we can share the same bench out in a park somewhere before our flight to Mexico takes off on the 13th... drowning our sorrows in imagenary beers. So send all hate and threats to IFUCKINGHATEEVERGRREY@Swedishillbillies.com or email@example.com."
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