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Woe Of Tyrants Cancels Final Shows Of Current Tour With Lightning Swords Of Death

Woe Of Tyrants has checked in with the following tour recap and announcement about canceling the remaining shows of the band's current tour:

"Hey everyone out there in comprutah land, last night we wrapped up the Driven to Conquer tour with Jungle Rot and Lightning Swords of Death. As with most tours there were definite ups and some tough downs but the overall feeling for everyone at the end was that it was a great experience with some incredible bands. Unfortunately, a couple of key shows fell through, and there were also some unexpected expenses (van repairs) that we had no way of predicting. This has led all of the bands to decide that it would be best to forego the last 3 shows of the tour and head home.

"We also had headlining shows booked to get us from the west coast back to Ohio, which we of course now cannot be a part of. We despise canceling these dates, and deeply apologize to those affected by the decision but it was ultimately out of our hands. We feel honored to have been a part of such a great package and look forward to making our way back out in the future.

"In the mean time, we're heading home for some much needed 'catch up on the bills' time and we figured that since we're finally going to be not touring for a little while then we can continue working on material for our next record. We'll be playing some regional shows in October with D.R.I, Early Man and Evile. Much love!"

Woe of Tyrant's next live shows are as follows:

10/1 2010 Peabody's Down Under w/D.R.I. Cleveland, OH
10/2 2010 Blondie's w/D.R.I. Detroit, MI
10/16 2010 Mad Planet w/Early Man, Evile, Bonded By Blood Milwaukee, WI
10/17 2010 Reggie's Rock Club w/Early Man, Evile, Bonded By Blood Chicago, IL

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