CELLADOR Guitarist Comments On ALL THAT REMAINS Tour

Guitarist Bill Hudson of the Nebraska-based extreme power metallers CELLADOR has issued the following update:

"All right, we're finally back home after an awesome tour with ALL THAT REMAINS, MISERY SIGNALS and THE HUMAN ABSTRACT. I believe we all did a great job and gathered new fans in every single city we played.

"I wanna say that it was a real pleasure to be on the road with those guys for two weeks. Every member of every band was really cool, and even though it's pretty common to say that, I wouldn't if I didn't mean it. We had some pretty funny times, most of them enhanced by huge amounts of alcohol, haha, but I truly believe we made some new friends.

"Unfortunately, we had to cancel our appearance on the last date of the tour, which was yesterday (February 25th) in Philadelphia, due to a number of different reasons. We're really sorry about that, and we promise our fans in the area that we'll be back really, really soon.

"We hope to announce the new line up in the next couple of weeks, as well as some new tour dates that I believe will make our fans really happy. Well, at least it made U.S. very happy to know that.

"Thanks to all the fans who came to the shows, the bands, the promoters and everybody involved in making the tour as great as it was!"

CELLADOR's "Enter Deception" album was released in June 2006 via Metal Blade. The CD was recorded at Mana Studios in Tampa, Florida with producer Erik Rutan (MORBID ANGEL, HATE ETERNAL).


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