DARK FUNERAL's Australasian Tour Cancelled!

DARK FUNERAL's planned Australasian tour has been cancelled, according to Metal Shop.

The reason cited, via the Australian promoter, is that "the band have failed to communicate with any of the four Australasian promoters involved in the Asian and Australian dates in over a month, and such disorganization can only lead to chaos, confusion and disappointment from fans who expect the band to live up to their commitments.

"The promoter regrets having to cancel the shows, but considering that he has spent over two months organizing the tour, and working in conjunction with the Asian promoters to make this happen, it is deeply frustrating for him, and he does not wish this to be revisited on the fans.

"Unfortunately an unprofessional attitude from DARK FUNERAL has lead to this circumstance."

(Thanks: Metal Shop)


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