Enslaved Forced to Cancel London Show
Norway's Enslaved were forced to cancel their appearance at the Garage in London tonight (April 24) due to a fault of the promoter, according to Live4Metal, the official sponsors of the event. "Only about 65 advance tickets were sold and the promoters could not afford to pay the deposit to bring Enslaved over from Norway and have pulled the gig," reads a message on the site. "Live4Metal were happy to be official sponsors of the event, but we have not even had any official notice from them and are as mystified as the support bands, anybody who bought a ticket and no doubt Enslaved themselves. All I can say is that there is a lesson to be learnt here and budding promoters should most definitely learn to walk before they try to run. Being as we are fair, we are willing to listen to the promoters' side of the story... but we are yet to hear from them."
Enslaved's latest CD, "Below The Lights", is set for a May 20 North American release through The End Records. "Below The Lights" is the follow-up to 2001's "Monumension" and is the group's first release since the departure of guitarist R. Kronheim.
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