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THE FACELESS Promises Not To Cancel Tours Anymore

Posted by on February 1, 2018 at 12:11 pm

Photo by Andrew Bastion

The Faceless' 2017 ended with a new album and two successful tours, one for said album and one for Summer Slaughter, but before thing things weren't going super well. The band didn't show up for its Australian and New Zealand tour in May 2017 and were subsequently dropped by EJ Shannon Management. The band blamed the promoter and stolen equipment, and then less than one month later cancelled their appearance at Tech Fest 2017 and their entire European tour.

Now The Faceless is headed to the UK for a tour, and then doing a bit of a trek in Spain, and they promise that none of it will be cancelled. Summer Slaughter 2017 got off to a bit of a rough start, but the band didn't miss a single show after, and they showed up to every one of their US shows for the In Becoming A Ghost tour too. It also looks like The Faceless and EJ Shannon Management are back together again in the photo below, so I'd wager that things are really on the upswing for the band in general. Which is awesome, because the world could really use a killer followup to In Becoming A Ghost.

Oh, and did we mention that The Faceless' Planetary Duality album happens to turn 10 this year? We're not saying there's definitely going to be a tour to play the album in full, but we'd like to think so. Our colleagues at MetalSucks certainly think so as well!

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