MASTERY Forced To Postpone Touring Plans While Drummer Recovers From Surgery

Toronto "instrumetal' thrash band MASTERY have been forced to postpone their U.S. touring debut while drummer Kevan Roy recovers from a non-threatening surgery.

"It's too bad that we had to postpone the U.S. tour 'till later this year. Kevan is recovering quickly though and so we're planning to get on the road by September," says MASTERY guitarist Markus Armellini.

MASTERY's debut album, "Lethal Legacy", was recently released through Spinerazor/Corporate Punishment Records. Audio samples are available at this location.

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