Asphyx Issues Statement On Cancelled Show
Asphyx has issued the following announcement about canceling the band's previously scheduled Rome show this coming Saturday:
"For our always loyal die hard Italian Asphyx fans,
"We deeply regret that we cannot come to Roma this Saturday. In 25 years of Asphyx we have never let our fans down when it comes to a show and for us this too is a very sad and dark moment and our iron hearts are bleeding.
"To explain exactly why is too much to tell, but to keep a long story short is that the promoter did not keep promises made to us and because of this we no longer can trust this person or are willing to co-operate with him any longer. We did give him a chance until today but still there were many things unclear and promises broken. Next to our passion for the death metal we play we also are a professional band and under these circumstances we are not able to give you, our fans, the show they deserve to see and experience for their hard earned money.
"To those of you who have tickets and to those who wanted to come we sincerely apologize. The promoter has to give you your money back and please, if you have a pre-sale ticket, just show it to us by mail or via FB and to make up for the fact we were not able to fly over and play another intense, honest and brutal show, we will send you a free shirt.
"Believe us, this is a black day in the history of Asphyx. Thank you all for your understanding and your massive support throughout the years. We hope we can make this up to you as soon as possible in the near future. Yours sincerely with pain in our metal hearts,
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