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Taking Dawn Issues Update from Dragonforce Tour

Las Vegas metal band, Taking Dawn, has issued the following update on their current and first ever tour with Dragonforce:

"We are about 2 weeks into our tour with Dragonforce and everywhere has been pretty fuckin insane! We couldn't ask for better responses from you badass motherfuckers! You are making us feel like a fucking headliner every night and for that we thank you. We sold out of our EPs last night in Edmonton. This first batch of CDs was supposed to last us through the next 2 tours and we are already out. Sounds like our record label was underestimating us and maybe thought we would be a bunch of non CD-moving bitches. Not the case."

"Thank you so fucking much to all of you crazy fuckers who rocked out at the show and bought and EP or t-shirt and took time out to say hello to us!"

"If you have not seen us yet we should be through your city in no time. We hope you are ready to fuckin rock!"

"Canada is fuckin’ crazy and the States are gonna need to step it up when we return! People always used to tell us that the Canadians were pussies but I think that our Canadian crowds would have kicked the shit out of our American crowds in an all out crowd brawl.... just sayin’. Not to mention the beautiful Canadian pussy! God bless Canada!"

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1. SHREDDER13 writes:

Hahaha! I scalped a pair of Dragonforce tickets last week in Hollywod. Made an easy $40 in a matter of minutes!

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