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The Exploited Cancel Australia/New Zealand Tour

Written by John Ritchie on April 23, 2012

The Exploited have been forced to cancel their tour of Australia and New Zealand due to their bass player flying home for a serious family emergency. According to Bombshellzine, there are plans to re-schedule the tour for later, but tickets will not be valid for the rescheduled shows. All tickets will be refunded from the point of purchase.

The Corner Hotel has put together a $10 lineup to replace The Exploited show.The lineup is Glen & The Peanut Buttermen, Wolfpack, Chainsaw Hookers and The Worst and Last Call.

Statement from The Exploited:

“There are plans to re-schedule for the second half of the year, however if you hold a ticket you will need to gain a refund from the point of purchase as these will not be valid for any rescheduled shows.For Melbourne punk fans The Corner Hotel has put together a $10 lineup for this Saturday featuring Glen & The Peanut Buttermen with support from Wolfpack, Perth’s Chainsaw Hookers, The Worst and Last Call.”

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