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The Black Dahlia Murder Comments On Canceled Tour With Slipknot

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As was previously reported, Slipknot has canceled all of their remaining October and September tour dates. The Black Dahlia Murder, who were to support Slipknot on those dates, have issued the following statement about the cancellation:

"We are sorry to those who were looking to see us in the next few weeks with Slipknot. Unfortunately Slipknot has cancelled the tour. This has forced us to cancel our headlining shows in Pocatello, ID and Sioux Falls, SD as well. We hope to make up the dates as soon as our touring schedule allows. We will still be playing tonight in Spokane, WA at the Big Dipper. Again we apologize to anyone who was planning on coming out, its completely out of our control. Hopefully we will see some of you when we're out with Children Of Bodom and Skeletonwitch in Sept/Oct or on our headlining tour with Skeletonwitch, Toxic Holocaust and Trap Them in Oct/Nov. Thanks for understanding."

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1. xxmechellexx1 writes:

Damn, that sucks that they had to cancel their headlining tour because Slipknot cancelled theirs.

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2. Valentine_no_more writes:

Well it sux when you have to quit a tour but as long as they still keep playing I'm happy.

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3. MetalBro4Life writes:

Good! BDM sucks, anyway. ]:)

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