This is Hell Cancel Southeast Asia Dates: ‘Send all Hate Mail to the Medan Airport’

by | Mar 8, 2013

This is Hell have been forced to cancel their dates in Southeast Asia.

“The initial trip to Medan, Indonesia was a giant catastrophe that resulted in immigration not allowing us into the country due to ‘not enough free pages in a passport to place a visa sticker.'” the band said. “We were then shipped out of the country, charged an absurd amount of money for flight changes, airport tax (?), as well as entering and exiting fees. Upon returning to Singpore, the embassy is closed from 3pm friday until Monday maing it impossible for us to leave Singapore for any country aside from the USA.”

The band added, “Send all hate mail to the Medan airport and their slimy, sketchy, crooked, money grubbing liars of immigration officers that were not remotely close to helpful and in fact lied to us about internet access on their computers, ‘missing telephone numbers’ and the existence of an embassy in their city.”

Here are the cancelled dates:

Mar 08 Medan, IDN @ USU Student Hall
Mar 09 Kuala Lumpur, MYS @ Black Box
Mar 10 Singapore @ Emily Hill
Mar 12 Bangkok, THA @ Immortal Bar

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