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Immolation Comments On Canceled Tour Date

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Immolation has issued the following statement regarding the band's recently canceled show at Crazy Donkey:

"Unfortunately the show at Crazy Donkey had to be canceled due to the extreme weather expected in Farmingdale. Local authorities advised the club to stay closed as they were expecting extreme weather conditions throughout the night. We were all at the club for about 3 hours waiting to see if the show was going to happen or not. We found out at about 5:30 that it was definitely off.

"Ourselves and Vader, as well as the rest of the bands on the tour, were all ready to play and looking forward to the show. We all appreciate the support of the fans and appreciate everyone's effort to make it out to the club. The cancellation turned out to be so last minute that it was very difficult to get much word out. Thanks again for all the support and we look forward to playing in our hometown area of NY again very soon!"

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1. ScumofSociety writes:

I f***ing hate The Crazy Donkey. They cancel shows all the time, and it really pisses me off. There wasn't even any "extreme weather" that night. I went into Brooklyn to see Black Dahlia Murder/Goatwhore that night instead as soon as I heard about this, and the weather was exactly the same yet there were no cancellations at all. Oh well, I hope to see Immolation soon

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