Yes, that’s right — All Shall Perish have confirmed what the rumors suggested might be the truth — they’ve withdrawn from their planned European tour with Suicide Silence and After The Burial, which was planned for next month.
The band cited “scheduling conflicts for the new album and the restructuring of band management” for their sudden decision.
Oh well. Something tells me those European fans will do just fine without All Shall Perish, and I presume All Shall Perish will make it back over there sooner than later, no?
All Shall Perish‘s new album This Is Where It Ends is scheduled for release July 26 through Nuclear Blast.
This Is Where It Ends, which is the band’s fourth full-length record and follow up to their 2008 release Awaken the Dreamers, was recorded and mixed once again at Castle Ultimate Studios in Oakland with producer Zack Ohren.
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