MACHINE HEAD: Italian Shows Postponed
MACHINE HEAD have been forced to postpone their previously announced shows in Rome and Vicenza (Oct. 25-26), Italy after their tour bus broke down on their way through Swiss Alps this weekend. Stranded in Zurich, with no other buses available (due to heavy European touring at the moment) and no other way to transport the band and their equipment to Rome in time, they are unfortunately forced to wait for repairs to be finished, which looks to be no sooner than this coming Wednesday (Oct. 27). "MACHINE HEAD extends their sincerest apologies, and are making all efforts to reschedule both shows for a later date," reads a posting on the group's web site. "Note: GOD FORBID and CALIBAN may still be playing both of the scheduled dates — be sure to check with the local venue for up-to-date information."
MACHINE HEAD performed live in concert on Thursday (Oct. 21) at Razz 2 in Barcelona, Spain as part of their "World Turns Blue To Gray" tour. Check out pictures from Film Magic (show, photo call) and LFI.
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