DARK ANGEL Reunion Tour Postponed Until March 2003

The reformed DARK ANGEL — featuring guitarists Jim Durkin and Eric Meyer, vocalist Ron Rinehart, and drummer Gene Hoglan (STRAPPING YOUNG LAD) — have issued an official statement regarding the postponement of their previously-announced West Coast tour, originally set to take place in December. It is as follows:

"We regret to announce that the DARK ANGEL shows in December are being rescheduled for March 2003, due to numerous personal scheduling conflicts within the band. Our sincere apologies go out to everyone who has been inconvenienced because of this. It is our intention to appear at the same venues, and to include several more dates to the tour as well. As soon as the new dates are confirmed they will be posted on the D.A. website at www.thebiitch.com. We appreciate the support of all of our fans, and there are several exciting new developments that we will announce in the very near future. — Eric Meyer"


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