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Entheos vocalist Chaney Crabb denied entry into Canada

Tuesday, April 12, 2016 2:50 PM PT

Official press release:

In support of their debut release The Infinite Nothing, Entheos have been touring non-stop as they are currently out on the road with The Contortionist, Monuments and sleepmakeswaves. The tour has been amazing so far, but unfortunately today there was a bit of a bump in the road: vocalist Chaney Crabb has been denied entry into Canada. Therefore tonight's show in Toronto and tomorrow's show in Montreal, QC will be performed as instrumental sets.

Crabb is really bummed that she can't get into America Junior, and had the following to say:

"Unfortunately, due to a DUI I received in 2008, I was denied entry to Canada at the Niagara Falls border early this morning. I have taken several steps to expunge this from my record but was unable to finish the process before we left for this tour. Because several people I know with greater charges have been allowed to apply for TRP at the border and crossed with a simple fee, I decided to take my chances and show up with my prepared paperwork, but was ultimately denied entry. I am deeply saddened and will continue to work to overcome my mistake. With that being said, go catch instrumental Entheos sets tonight in Toronto and tomorrow in Montreal! I wish I could be there and will be seeing our Canadian friends sooner than later. Much love."

Crabb will return to the tour April 14th in Allston, MA.

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