Crown the Empire Pull Out of ‘The Infamous Tour’

by | Nov 6, 2012

Crown the Empire have pulled out of “The Infamous Tour” with Motionless in White, set to kick off Thursday in Burlington, Vermont.

The band stated, “Unfortunately we will not be on The Infamous Tour this Fall due to scheduling issues. We’re sorry to all of those who were coming out to the shows to see us perform and we hope you guys still go out to the shows to see all the other great bands.”

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