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MY DYING BRIDE's Guitarist Explains Live Cancellations

"Well, Maryland Deathfest, firstly, shouldn't have said that."

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My Dying Bride recently dropped off Maryland Death Fest 2024 and was replaced by Agalloch. Maryland Death Fest organizers stated at the time that My Dying Bride "recently informed us that they are cancelling all of their confirmed shows in 2024," though the band did not comment further on the cancellations.

Now in an interview with This Day In Metal, My Dying Bride guitarist Andrew Craighan said Maryland Death Fest privately apologized to the band for revealing the information. On the cancellations, Craighan only offered that My Dying Bride has some live show kinks to iron out.

"Well, Maryland Deathfest, firstly, shouldn't have said that, and they know that and have since apologized — well, privately apologized," said Craighan.

"We have some live problems, which we're — how best to say it? — massaging, I would say. They're not insurmountable. I don't have all the facts just yet, which means I don't wanna blab too much. But we're in talks with everybody who has the facts, and we will be putting out a statement, basically, that either will explain or at least calm people down as to what's going on.

He continued: "It's all a bit weird right now, so it's difficult to talk about — mainly because I don't wanna say anything out of turn and then everything you say will be used in evidence against you and all that."

My Dying Bride is set to release their first new album in four years A Mortal Binding on April 19.

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