Metal rockers PARADOX have cancelled "all live activities" for the near future without giving fans any explanation.
The veteran German rockers have been hit with another setback after parting ways with guitarist Kai Pasemann and drummer Roland Jahoda earlier this year (10).
A statement from the band read: "We had no choice, because we found out we have a different view on how to reach our goals."
Now singer/guitarist Charly Stenhauer has sent shockwaves through the band's fan community with the troubling announcement, although he insists the band's next studio album will be released in February (11), as planned.
Stenhauer tells Blabbermouth.net: "Paradox is forced to cancel all live activities in the future. I'm still writing new material to release one more record for my loyal fans in 2011 via AFM Records."
The release of Paradox's forthcoming album is set to coincide with the group's 25th anniversary.
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