Triaxis Cancels Upcoming Shows, Writing New Album
South Wales act Triaxis has checked in with the following announcement about canceling upcoming live shows and working on a new album:
"We're extremely sorry to announce that we're unable to fulfill several of our planned shows this month. Unfortunately we have been put in a difficult position where one of the band members is no longer able to commit to all the shows due to a change in work commitments, & as a result the only shows we can now play are the 16th in Manchester & 18th in Birmingham. As most of you know we all have full time jobs, and unfortunately this time around things have not worked out.
"We can only apologize sincerely for any disappointment & inconvenience - you know that we love to perform and share our music far and wide, and no one is more disappointed about this situation than the band itself. And that we would not put our fans and the venues in this situation unless there was no other option. Each of the other shows involved still goes ahead, but obviously without our participation. We aim to return to these venues in tours in the near future. We apologise to the fans, the venues and the bands we were due to perform with - and we appreciate your support as always.
"However, we do have some good news for you all! - We have begun writing the third Triaxis album. And as already planned we will be taking a few months off the road from November onwards (apart from a special Christmas show in December in Cardiff) to focus on this. There will be plenty of updates and we look forward to sharing this with you all."
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