The triumphant return of Extreme to the studio and stage has been halted – for Australian fans only, that is. Despite geeing up their loyal fan base by teasing their first album in 13 years, the band has announced today that it will not be coming good on a previous tour announcement, but will be reworking the dates for the future.
As per a statement posted on the band’s official website, the shows have been scrapped on account of an “unforeseen conflict in scheduling”, which is a nice change from the “circumstances out of our control” we’re normally handed when a band pulls out of a tour.
The More Than Words rockers did make it very clear that they will be returning to Australia in the near future and will once again be working with Lennard Promotions for the run.
Full refunds will be available from point of purchase. For all the Extreme die-hards (Extremists?) out there, there is no indication that your tickets will still be valid for the revised dates, which are hopefully set to be released soon.
Check out the statement below:
Due to an unforeseen conflict in scheduling, Extreme regret that they will be postponing their previously announced 2013 April Australian tour. The band are looking forward to returning to Australia and reconnecting with their loyal fans and are working with Lennard Promotions on rescheduling the tour. All tickets purchased will be fully refunded and revised dates for the tour will be announced at a later time. Extreme and Lennard Promotions regret any inconvenience that this rescheduling may cause for those who have already purchased tickets and look forward to announcing revised dates as soon as possible.