Make Them Suffer cancel European tour, to focus on new album

Local metal outfit Make Them Suffer have cancelled their upcoming European tour supporting Betraying The Martyrs.

With time and, specifically, cost constraints competing with the band’s forthcoming album, Make Them Suffer have made the decision to step down from the international tour run.

Subsequently, the focus is now directed towards completing their new full-length, which is a follow-up to 2012’s ‘Neverbloom’.

Make The Suffer write:

“Hey guys, it is with great sadness that we have to announce our pulling out of our European tour in february with BETRAYING THE MARTYRS. As you may know for the last couple of months we have been writing & recording an album and in preparing it’s (sic) release, have encountered some unforeseen costs. Unfortunately, we simply can no longer afford to both put out the album, and tour Europe.

The decision to pull out has been difficult, however thankfully MORE THAN A THOUSAND will be replacing us on the tour. We would like to thank BTM for the opportunity, and to all of our fans that have bought tickets to the shows we are deeply sorry, we hope you can understand our decision.

We hope everyone attending the tour, both bands and patrons, will have a rad time regardless & we’ll see you all in 2015 with a brand new record!


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