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Category Archives: Cancelations

King Dude drops off Taake tour

Posted by on February 19, 2018

Taake’s upcoming North American tour has generally been plagued with controversy since it was announced. First of all, it took two years for them to return, due to visa issues. Then Anfita, taking issue with frontman Hoest’s extreme views on religion, successfully rallied to get the New York City show (and perhaps others) cancelled. And […]

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Taake’s NYC show canceled due to Antifa pressure

Posted by on February 16, 2018

Taake hasn’t had an easy run of trying to play America. The band have had plenty of visa issues over the years, which had led to some of their previously-announced treks being cancelled, and about a week ago, those issues were resolved, and a 2018 North American tour was announced. Scheduled to start on March […]

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Loudness allegedly denied entry to US for tour

Posted by on April 18, 2017

Japanese ’80s metal band Loudness, who had been set to hit the United States for a tour in support of the 30th anniversary of their album Lightning Strikes, have apparently been denied entrance to the United States due to travel regulations that a club blames on President Donald Trump’s travel ban. Although there’s nothing about the […]

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King 810 pull out of Detroit show over venue gun ban

Posted by on December 19, 2016

Flint, MI’s King 810 had been set to close out the year with a series of four shows, promising “immersive events” in 360 degree sound. However, showgoers to Saturday’s Detroit show at Saint Andrews Hall  never got to witness the show, as the  band pulled out at the last minute because they weren’t allowed to […]

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Chicago King 810 show canceled after booker cites band’s imagery

Posted by on December 2, 2016

Flint, MI’s King 810, who have gotten pretty good reviews for their sophomore album, Le Petite Mort Or a Conversation With God, were set to wrap up the year with a series of four shows in Cleveland, Valparaiso, IN, Detroit and Chicago. The performances were set to be “immersive events” presented in 360 degree sound. We […]

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