CRADLE OF FILTH Postpone Greek Shows

British black metallers CRADLE OF FILTH have been forced to postpone their previously announced shows in Greece. The following is bassist Dave Pybus' official statement on the matter:

"Firstly, I, on behalf of the band, want to apologise to the fans in Greece for us not being there to play our first shows of this year. The reason being we had a problem with our airline when we arrived at the airport which ended up them refusing to let us fly. Our only option was to postpone the shows until later this year, maybe September time, and hope the fans there will understand and forgive us. Our promoters there are already working on re-booking the shows!"

CRADLE OF FILTH are currently completing work on their new album, "Nymphetamine", due late summer/early fall through Roadrunner Records.


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