Behemoth Drops Off Rockstar Mayhem Energy Tour Dates Due To Illness
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In what is not in fact a Metalunderground April Fool's story this time around, Poland's Behemoth has been forced to cancel the band's upcoming appearance on the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival. The cancellation is due to drummer Inferno taking ill and requiring surgery. Front man Nergal comments:
"This must have been the most difficult decision we were forced to make in recent years. Behemoth is known for not canceling any shows or tours. But this is not something we can do when we are missing our driving force, the man behind the drums - Inferno. Unfortunately, he was hospitalized due to appendix surgery and it's gonna take him few months to fully recover and get back to shape.
"We are trying to save selected European Festivals with a fill in drummer (Krimh, ex-Decapitated), but we won't be risking doing a full-on prestigious tour like the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival without Inferno. Behemoth is a solid unit and any part of this unit missing makes us weaker, and that is not how we want to present our new material to our fans. Please, accept our apologies and be patient, we shall return to Europe (this fall) and US (early 2014) empowered and motivated as never before!"
The Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival is set to kick off on Saturday, June 29th in San Bernardino, CA and features bands such as Rob Zombie, Five Finger Death Punch, Mastodon, Amon Amarth, Machine Head, Job For a Cowboy, Battlecross, Children of Bodom, and many more.
Behemoth's recently announced forthcoming full-length album, "The Satanist," is scheduled for a fall 2013 release.
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