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Eyehategod cancel Australia and Mexico dates

Posted Feb. 17, 2015, 3:41 p.m. in Tours by Loren
Eyehategod cancel Australia and Mexico dates

Eyehategod have cancelled tour dates in Australia and Mexico due to health concerns surrounding vocalist Mike IX Williams, who is dealing with exhaustion and chronic fatigue.


"We feel horrible about these empty spaces in our schedule and will make up these tours as soon as possible," states the band.

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