LONDON (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Brit electronic outfit Underworld have announced that they are pulling the plug on their entire European tour.
The reason cited for the cancellation was an unspecified but "severe" illness in the band. As of yet, no rescheduled dates or information regarding refunds has been announced.
Composed of Karl Hyde and Rick Smith with Darren Price on the keyboards and mixing assist, the group have been recording together since the 1980s but are best-known for their b-side, "Born Slippy .NUXX" which was featured in the film Trainspotting.
The affected dates include:
26-oct-07 Tonhalle – Munich, Germany
27-oct-07 Electronic Beats Festival – Prague, Czech Republic
30-oct-07 Gasometer – Vienna Austria
31-oct-07 Electronic Beats Festival – Bratislava, Slovakia
01-nov-07 Cocoon club – Frankfurt, Germany
03-nov-07 Columbiahalle Berlin, Germany
05-nov-07 Massilo Rotterdam, Holland
06-nov-07 Paladium Koln, Germany
08-nov-07 The docks – Hamburg, Germany
09-nov-07 Heineken Music Hall – Amsterdam, Holland
10-nov-07 I love techno – Gent Belgium
17-nov-07 Korea University – Seoul South Korea
-CelebrityAccess Staff Writers