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Metal Inside(r) Home Quarantine: Aesthetic Perfection’s Daniel Graves – “I’m hopeful that we might come out of this a bit smarter”

Posted by on June 18, 2020

  Metal Inside(r) Home Quarantine is Metal Insider’s new column during this time of isolation due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We asked artists five questions on what’s been keeping them busy ranging from their favorite movies, food they’ve been eating, music they’ve been listening to and more. We caught up with Aesthetic Perfection’s Daniel Graves […]

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Coronavirus: Aesthetic Perfection issue statement following postponed tour

Posted by on March 20, 2020

Aesthetic Perfection were one of the unlucky groups that arrived in the states just to find out their tour was cancelled or postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. After the long journey looking forward to a tour that never happened, the group had to head back to Austria with finances lost and all.

 

As a follow-up message to their already heartbreaking statement, Daniel Graves added:

“Greetings, Perfectionists! In case you didn’t know, I made it safely back to Austria. The last few days have been, without a doubt, some of the most tense and scary of my life. Two transatlantic flights in 48 hours, the loss of tens of thousands of dollars, the prospect of being stranded away from home indefinitely… it’s certainly been an adventure!

I am currently on military enforced lockdown in my tiny little village. For how long? No one knows. However, instead of being angry or frustrated or hopeless, I’ve decided to view this situation as an opportunity – an opportunity to create and spend much needed time with my family. I’ve got a backlog of unfinished material that I plan to dive headfirst into. I’ve got furniture to build and books to read. I’ll also be spending a lot more time on my Patreon, doing live-streams and reconnecting with my community there. The financial impact of this situation cannot be understated, so if you’d like to help keep Aesthetic Perfection afloat during these trying times, please consider signing up for my Patreon, buying something in the online store or my Bandcamp. I know many of us are struggling at the moment, so please only do so if it’s not a burden.

No matter what, I remain optimistic about the future. I view this moment in time as a setback, not the end of the world.

I’ll be going live tonight via my YouTube channel at 5pm CET. Stop by and say hello.

Stay safe and healthy, everyone!”

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Coronavirus: Lords of Acid ‘Make Acid Great Again’ tour POSTPONED

Posted by on March 15, 2020


Despite being ready to go for the trek, Lords of Acid were forced to postpone their
Make Acid Great Again tour with special guests Aesthetic Perfection, Praga Khan, and MXMS.

 

Lords of Acid shared the following video:

 

Read Aesthetic Perfection’s statement below:

“To our friends and fans in America:

Yesterday, not 20 minutes after exiting the airport in Los Angeles, the administration announced a ban on travel between Europe and the United States in an effort to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus. After spending the last few weeks on the road in Europe, and seeing how the situation has escalated there, we feared this was a possibility, but never did we imagine it would happen this fast.

If we stay in America any longer, there is a real possibility that neither I, Daniel, nor Elliott, will be able to return home. Also, given how rapidly things are progressing, it would be selfish and short sighted for us to continue with this tour. We don’t want to be the ones spreading this disease even further. For those reasons, we have decided to pull out of the upcoming tour and go home. We wouldn’t have come all this way just to turn around, disappoint countless people and lose tens of thousands of dollars if we didn’t feel this wasn’t the the only option left for us.

It is my understanding that the entire tour will be postponed and rescheduled for when the world rights itself. We have every intention of being a part of it and making this up to you. Until then – Stay healthy. Stay safe. We love you.

Daniel, Elliott and Joe”

 

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