THERION Resume North American Tour

October 1, 2005

THERION mainman Christofer Johnsson has posted the following message on the band's official web site:

"After all the sad news finally some positive news; the new tour bus is excellent, the best we've ever had actually. So we should be more than fine for the rest of the tour.

"And now a message to fans in eastern USA and Canada. Normally this would be written in 'Email from Kliffoth' [section nof the web site], but as I'm anyway at it writing some news I'll just post it here.

"We have now completed the round trip in USA/Canada and are now going back to territories where we have already been. We have therefore decided to change the set-list so that people who have already seen us play in cities like Montreal, Toronto, Worcester, NYC, Cleveland etc and is up for another round will geet to hear some 4-5 different songs. After several requests from fans we will insert among other songs 'Siren of the Woods' on the set list.

"It seems very unlikely that we would tour headline over the U.S. again (if we come back it will be in a package with other bands of some sort),so it's also likely the last possibilities to see us make a set longer than 1.5 hours over here.

"I also want to take the opportunity to thank all of you who showed up at the shows and perticulary you folks who we saw at more than one show."

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