Nocturnal Depression Comments On Northern Lights Festival Appearance
Nocturnal Depression has issued the following statement about performing the band's last show of 2011 at the Northern Lights Festival:
"We performed our last gig for 2011 in the Northern Lights Festival in Reichenthal (Austria). This festival made by passionate people was very great. It's intolerable that people tried to find some excuses and spread false rumors towards them. The word was spread that the festival was cancelled, that it was a meeting of Nazis etc.. Since 2 years that we worked with the Northern Lights Festival we never had any problems with them. We never saw/heard/made any political acts at this place. We (Nocturnal Depression) are proud to be a part of this event and support them for the upcoming years.
"We performed a special gig with a 3 pieces line-up. The reason: the night before leaving our hometown for reaching the festival in Austria, Krahne has been admitted in psychiatric hospital and is still there. We decided after several hours of discussion to go to the festival without our brother. Finally we decided that Lord Lokhraed will play bass an hour before going on stage (without any rehearsal at this instrument). We did the best we could, played with our guts and tried to honor our brother Krahne.
"This put the next points : Until we're complete once again, there won't be any gigs. We decided to use a professional booker on ND section, if you want in the future to book Nocturnal Depression, write here : firstname.lastname@example.org For now we are working on 'Spleen Black Metal'..."
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