Thursday, August 18, 2005

HELL HATH NO FURY LIKE AN INSURANCE COMPANY SCORNED

The uncomprising, butt-kicking, face-pulling angry Hellfest planned for New Jersey this weekend has been cancelled, as invoking Satan is one thing, but facing down insurance bills is quite another. The planned event, due to feature Public Enemy, Killswitch Engage, Hatebreed and Smelly Old Uncle collapsed after a spat between the venue and the organisers:

"It was going to be a great event and it had a lot of potential," arena general manager Eric Cuthbertson told the Trentonian newspaper. "Unfortunately the event promoters failed to comply with the contractible obligation of the arena's lease agreement. They failed to meet schedules and deadlines which forced us into a corner where we had to cancel the event."

Ah, mortals. If only ye could cancel the planned return of the antichrist (sometime next June, according to an email we've received about six-six-six times today) so easily...


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