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Category Archives: Cancelations

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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You won’t get to sea The Ocean on tour with Intronaut

Posted by on January 21, 2016

One of the tours we were most looking forward to seeing in this relatively new year was the one that Intronaut announced with The Ocean. Given that the German prog-metal collective doesn’t make its way over to the States that often, it would’ve been great to see them play alongside Chicago’s Intronaut. We say “would […]

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Soundwave 2016 officially cancelled

Posted by on December 17, 2015

When we last checked in with the Soundwave festival a few days ago, things didn’t look too good. AJ Maddah had already said that the Fest was off for 2017, and Bring Me the Horizon had said that they weren’t 100% confirmed for the fest in 2016. When pressed on whether or not he could […]

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P.O.D. show cancelled due to Insane Clown Posse’s Faygo problem

Posted by on October 26, 2015

You’d think that if you book rapping clown outfit Insane Clown Posse that you know what you’re in for: bad clown makeup, worse music and lots and lots of Faygo, the duo’s drink of choice to douse the crown and venue. That’s apparently not the case with San Diego venue Observatory, as the band’s Thursday […]

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Eyehategod to sit out September shows

Posted by on September 8, 2015

New Orleans sludge merchants Eyehategod have been doing a handful of touring since last year’s self-titled album was released. And while they’d been all set to play a handful of festival dates next week in addition to a show at Philadelphia’s Underground Arts, they’re now taking September off. “Due to an unfortunate turn of events, […]

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