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Amoral Comments On Fan Questions About Burzum Shirt

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Finland's Amoral has issued the following statement about fans questioning vocalist Ari Koivunen's Burzum shirt at a German show:

"After yesterday's sold out show in Hannover, Germany, we had a lot of people come over and compliment us on a great gig, but also asking about Ari's stage shirt. Ari was wearing a Burzum t-shirt (a band he's not even into, he bought it as a 'kvlt' joke while in Norway), which, we learned yesterday, is regarded as a very 'pro-nazi' band in Germany. We want to make it clear that neither Ari, nor anyone else in Amoral, have ANY sympathy for these kind of ideologies, and want nothing to do with them. We apologize for any misunderstandings."

Amoral also have the following upcoming tour dates:

10/17 Masters of Rock Café Zlin
10/18 Seifenfabrik Graz
10/20 Szene Vienna
10/21 Colos-Saal Aschaffenburg
10/22 Z7 Pratteln
10/23 Juz Live Club Andernach
10/24 Hellflame Festival Lichtenfels
10/25 Futurum Prague
10/27 Loch Ness Cracow
10/28 Diesel Budapest
10/29 Hala De Muzica Bucharest
10/30 Blue Box Sofia
10/31 Principal Club Theater Thessaloniki
11/1 gagarin 205 Athens
11/3 Alpheus Rome
11/4 Musicdrome Milan
11/5 Substage Karlsruhe
11/6 Backstage Munich
11/7 Turock Essen
1/29 2010 Suistoklubi Hämeenlinna
1/30 2010 Bar 15 Seinäjoki

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