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Spellcaster Cancels Tonight's Seattle Show Due To Van Problems

Spellcaster has checked in with the following update about canceling tonight's Seattle tour date due to van problems:

"Thank you so much to everyone who donated to help us get out of this situation, we can not thank you enough.

"We are extremely bummed to deliver more bad news, but unfortunately there is no way we will make it to Seattle tonight. We are 13 hours away, and the mechanic hasn't even looked at our van yet.

"We promise we will come back to Seattle ASAP and try to do the same show w/ Skelator and Blood of Kings to make it up to all you Seattle headbangers!"

The band had also previously issued this statement seeking fan donations to help with costs of the van repairs:

"SOS! Got about 50 miles outside of Salt Lake City on our way to the final show of the tour in Seattle when our drive shaft fell off our van. We're stuck on the side of the road awaiting a tow truck at the moment. We are super broke and don't know if we will have enough to get home especially with the tow/ repair costs thrown in. If you guys could help us out by donating anything to our paypal account we would greatly appreciate it!

"Our paypal email is: spellcasterPDX@gmail.com. This tour has been a blast, and we are super bummed it had to end this way, but shit happens. We want to thank all the bands, promoters, and people who came to the shows, you guys are the best! And to all our friends/ family in Portland. If we aren't home in a few days, we have begun our new lives in Utah, so be sure to visit us soon! Haha."

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