British Metal Band Carcass Have Scrapped An Upcoming Show In Malaysia After Officials Denied Them Permission To Play In The Country.
The rockers had been due to perform in the conservative nation's capital city, Kuala Lumpur, in May (15), but they have now called off the trip after immigration officials turned down their visa applications due to their risky lyrics.
A post on the band's Facebook.com page states, "Sorry Malaysia, no show for you guys in May. Seems like your government officials still haven't updated their calendars to the 21st century - we've had our visas declined on the basis of our 'lyrical content'. Laughable and embarrassing. Give us a call when you get yourselves a sensible secular state."
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