Refusing to take the stage in Monterrey while logistic and other things are not yet settled, the rock band prefer to cancel it for future replacement.
Heavy metal band Lamb of God have canceled a concert in Monterrey, Mexico after promoters allegedly failed to "fulfill their obligations". The rockers were due to perform in the city on October 6 but they have now pulled out of the show, insisting they wouldn't have been "presented in a professional way".
In a statement to their fans, the group's publicist says, "Due to circumstances outside of the band's control, Lamb of God will not be able to perform in Monterrey on October 6, 2010. While the band was anxiously looking forward to play (sic) for their fans in Monterrey, the promoter did not fulfill their obligations in regards to the band's fee, travel, or production logistics."
"Therefore, the band did not feel the show would be presented in a professional way for the band's performance or for their fans. The band apologizes to all of the people that purchased tickets to the show and promises to return in the future to play. The show in Mexico City on October 5 will go on as scheduled."