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Bilocate's Latest Album, "Sudden Death Syndrome ," Banned In Lebanon

BILOCATE's latest album, "Sudden Death Syndrome," has been banned in Lebanon. The band comments:

"Sadly we've come to know recently - and after several tries to get Sudden Death Syndrome on the shelves of the music stores in Lebanon - from our partners that Sudden Death Syndrome did not pass the general security and it got BANNED in Lebanon, Considering the fact that Sudden Death Syndrome is being sold in many countries in the Middle East such as Jordan, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Egypt, Kuwait and all over USA and Europe, it was a shock for us to receive such an official statement."

Hani Al Abaddi (Bassist) commented; "As the suppression and ignorance grow in this region we feel sorry to hear these news, although our album doesn't attack neither politics nor religion, as we respect both and we only tackle issues that surround this region such as "constant war, death, sadness etc."

"Furthermore Bilocate is committed to their music and we'll keep working to get this 'type of music' recognized as a form of Art.

"We are sorry for all our fans and friends in lebanon, we had a blast last year in our concert and we would love to have the experience again and share the stage with all the great metal bands in lebanon."

This development comes just days after Bilocate was ordered to dissolve by their home country's government. The band's lyrics mainly focus on Mesopotamian and Nabataean legends which was deemed dangerous by the Jordanian intelligence agency.

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