Label: Singer's 'Commitments' Caused NIGHTWISH's Tour Postponement

February 8, 2005

NIGHTWISH's U.S. record label, Roadrunner, has issued a statement confirming that the group's previously announced U.S. headlining tour has been postponed until the fall (as first reported by BLABBERMOUTH.NET on Monday). The statement reads as follows:

"Finnish band NIGHTWISH, due to tour the U.S. in April of 2005, have pushed the outing back several months. The band deeply regret the postponement, and maintain it is due to commitments close to home on the part of vocalist, Tarja Turunen. 'Nemo', the upcoming single off their Roadrunner debut, 'Once' (also the first single from the soundtrack of the upcoming Sony Screengems film, 'The Cave'),goes for adds at radio on April 4th."

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