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Stonecreep Reschedules And Adds Tour Dates

Portland, OR metallers Stonecreep have issued a statement regarding the cancellation of the first two dates of the Storm of the Deathmarch U.S. Tour 2012. "Due to a major family emergency, we have been forced to cancel the first two dates (Portland and Eugene) of the tour. It is with extremely heavy hearts that we do so. We are currently working on make-up dates for those shows and we apologize to anybody and everybody who was planning on coming out on June 16th and 17th. The rest of the tour will continue as planned. Thanks to all for your ongoing support. Hails."

On a more positive note, the band has added a July 2nd date in Lake Ozark, MO to the tour and rescheduled the Portland, OR date from June 16th to July 15th. Updated dates are as follows:

STORM OF THE DEATHMARCH U.S TOUR 2012

June 18th- Pacifica, CA @ Winters Tavern
June 19th- San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick
June 21st- Gilbert, AZ @ Crabby Don's
June 22nd- San Antonio, TX @ Zombies
June 23rd- Surfside Beach, TX @ Pier 30
June 24th- Baton Rouge, LA @ The Green Room
June 25th- Myrtle Beach, SC @ The Sound Hole
June 26th- Baltimore, MD @ The Sidebar
June 27th- Rochester, NY @ The Bug Jar
June 28th- Pittsburgh, PA @ 31st Street Tavern
June 29- La Crosse, WI @ JB's Speakeasy
June 30th- Fargo, ND @ The Aquarium
July 2nd- Lake Ozark, MO @ H. Toad's at Camden on the Lake *
July 3rd- Denver, CO @ Three Kings Tavern
July 5th- Portland, OR @ Ash St. Saloon *
July 6th- Seattle, WA @ Fuel

* - denotes newly added date


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