Hatebreed Postpones First Three Shows of Black Procession Due to Illness

by | Jan 18, 2010

Hatebreed have been forced to postpone the first three shows of their European Black Procession tour due to illness of frontman Jamey Jasta. The affected shows in Stuttgart (January 23rd), Offenbach (January 25th) and Hamburg (January 26th) will be rescheduled around the band’s April 23rd gig at Groezrock Festival.

Jasta comments, “I feel terrible to have to miss these first 3 shows but I need this time to heal up to make sure I will be 100%.” 

Hatebreed will now join the Black Procession tour on January 29th in Oslo, Norway.

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