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Concept Of Time Explains Shortened Show Set With Kamelot

Scottish metallers Concept of Time have issued the following statement regarding their shortened live set with Kamelot in Glasgow:

"We would like to apologize to everybody that came to see us last night as we only got to play half our set. There were many reasons for this, the main one being we were told at 7:25 that we were on in 5 minutes by the tour manager even though serenity were still onstage soundchecking. This left us with 35 minutes to set up all our equipment, soundcheck/line check and to play a 30 minute set! Plus when we got on stage every plug was adapted to european which meant it took even longer to change it back to british. So at this point we had already decided to drop one song from our set because there was no way that we would have time for it. We started our set at about 7:45 and also dropped our intro just to try and get as much time as possible to play the songs. After playing 3 songs we got told we had 3 minutes left, so we were going to play the second half of Embrace The Lie to give the set at least some sort of end, but after about 1 minute, they cut they keyboard sound which is why we stopped rather suddenly.

"Thank you to everybody that came to support us! We greatly appreciate it, and also to everybody who made it clear when we stopped that the crowd wanted more, you were awesome! We will arrange something soon to try and make it up to you all. We would also like to thank Serenity for being helpful and understanding in those difficult circumstances."

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