Syracuse's ARCHITECT has issued the following update:

"Due to some scheduling conflicts and some miscommunication with agents and promoters, we aren't going to be able to play the THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN tour.

"We have only been home from tour for a week and this this fell into our laps, and though we all scrambled to make this work, it was just not meant to be.

"The THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN dudes are stand-up guys and they sent us a lengthy explanation and apology. However, there is no fault or blame to be had with anyone.

"We are sorry to all of our fans and friends that were going to come out and see us over the next few weeks.

"This cloud has a silver lining, though. We got an official 'We Owe You' from the THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN camp with a promise to have first crack on a spot on one of thier runs in 2008. So in fact you will still see us all share and tear a stage it will just be postponed (hopefully when the weather is better)

"We are all pretty damn bummed we had to jump through a 100 hoops to get prepared to to this, but the stress is gone now so we are going to be booking weekends and we are going to holed up in the snow and finish writing our new record, 'Ghost of the Saltwater Machines'."

ARCHITECT's full-length debut, "All is Not Lost", was released in January.


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