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The Defiled Gets Arrested In Germany

London's The Defiled have issued the following update about their tour alongside Static-X:

"Howdy Ladies and Gents!

"Well we are now finally back home in good ol London. The Static-X dates in the UK, Germany and Holland were a blast, thanks to everyone that came down to see us!

"As a few of you may have heard we had a bit of a tough time in Germany though with myself and Drex getting arrested! Not good! So pretty much all the money we had earnt from shows and merch had to go on paying fines to the German police force! tha Bastards!

"We recieved good news a few days after though that we have been announced to play this years Sonisphere festival! To play on the same bill alongside the likes of Metallica, NIN, Machine Head, Heaven and Hell and Alice in Chains is amazing for us. Theres so many awesome bands on this bill that its hard to list them all but we couldn't be happier to be playing along side them.

"So, we have a few shows coming up in the next few weeks and then we'll be getting everything ready for the release of our EP entitled '1888' and preparing for sonisphere!

"Hope to see you all soon!"

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1. That_One_Guy writes:

What'd they get arrested for?

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2. Jenny writes:

Two cops searched their van and found a few bags of weed.

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