INCANTATION Cancels Weekend Festival Appearances
Veteran U.S. death metal act INCANTATION has been forced to cancel its appearances at this year's Stonehenge and Mass Deathstruction festivals.
Commented INCANTATION frontman John McEntee: "It is with great regret we announce that we had to cancel our headlining festival appearance at the Stonehenge fest in Holland and the Mass Deathstruction fest in Belgium this weekend.
"Between us and our booking agent, we did all we could to try to make the fest appearance happen, but only after many attempts we had to come to the conclusion that there was just no way to make it happen.
"We want apologize to both fest organizers for giving us this opportunity. We also want to thank all our supporters that were looking forward to our performances. we know that both promoters are very stand-up people, and I'm sure both fest will be a great success."
INCANTATION is still scheduled to appear at the Hostile City Death Fest in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on August 27 as well as the Noctis IV festival in Calgary, Alberta, Canada on September 24.
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