Wasteform Cancels European Tour Due To Health and Family Problems
Wasteform has announced the cancellation of their planned European tour. Frontman and core member Greg Kennedy released this statement on the matter:
"We are very sorry we have to cancel our upcoming tour on such short notice but there was nothing we could do with my health problems and drummer Bryan Mearons Family issues, this was the only thing we could do. We would like to thank Vladimir Prokos for setting up another killer tour for us and apologize immensely to him for canceling 2 weeks before the beginning of the tour. Vladimir has put a lot of hard work into this tour and we are very are upset we have to cancel.
"Wasteform plans on celebrating our 10 year anniversary with a makeup tour before the end of 2011 though, so we will see all of our European friends and fans soon. We are hoping to come back over to Europe in October or November and play in all of the cities we canceled. Wasteform will also be working on a new album and hope to have it finished before we come back. Thank you for all your support and we will see you soon. Fleshless will still play the tour in May/June as planned so be sure to check them out, they are brutal. See you all soon. Stay sick and thanks for supporting Wasteform."
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