Be'lakor Comments On Canceled European Tour Dates
Australia's Be'lakor has issued the following comments about canceling several of their upcoming European shows:
"As many people have noticed over the past few days, we have unfortunately been dropped from the 'Assault of the Carnivores Tour 2010' in Baroeg, Holland - due to the apparent difficulties of organizing shows around August. This has been especially bad news for Be'lakor, as the Baroeg show was part of a series of up to 10 shows that were being organized through an agent of a prominent American death metal band for the remainder of our European tour.
"We are now faced with the extremely disappointing situation of having had nearly all of our tour pulled from beneath us (with the exception of Summer Breeze). None of this has been within our control and, given how close we are to August, has left us with the very difficult task of trying to find replacement shows.
"As we are sure that any fellow travellers will appreciate, the costs of travelling from Australia to Europe - especially for a small band like ours - are considerable. For this reason, it is essential to us that we make the most of this opportunity and play as many shows as possible. Needless to say, we are very unhappy with how things have worked out.
"For this reason, we are putting out the call at this last minute to any tour, festival or show bookers - or indeed any of our fans who know any people in these positions - to get in contact with us if they would be interested in having Be'lakor play. We know a lot of our friends and fans have been excited about this tour and - if possible - we'd still like to make it both extensive and successful! If you think you can help, drop us a line as soon as possible at: email@example.com."
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