EXILIA Cancels European Tour

Italian female-fronted quartet EXILIA has been forced to cancel its previously announced September/October tour due to "a fracture of [singer] Masha's leg. The tour will be made up in spring 2007," the band writes in a statement. "If you already purchased tickets, please hold on to them as they will be honored for the make-up dates. We will be announcing the new dates for spring 2007 as soon as we can."

EXILIA's sophomore full-length album, "Nobody Excluded", was released on July 21 via G.U.N./BMG Records. The follow-up to 2004's "Unleashed" was produced by Udo Rinklin and recorded by the infamous Resetti Brothers (Jörg Umbreit and Vincent Sorg), with Jeff Collier helping out with the vocal recordings.

EXILIA's video for the album's first single, "Kill Me", can be viewed at this location (Real Media).


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