Thor Blames ‘Icelandic Jotuns’ For London No-Show
Just like the volcano in Iceland that forced the cancellation of his London gig at The Gaff last night, Thor is fuming.
“The very Jotuns [giants] of Iceland’s Eyjafjallajokull vocano have awakened, causing an eruption that has pretty much grounded European air travel. Even the Thunder Chariot cannot make it through the ash cloud,” the Mighty One raged to Classic Rock.
“The band, crew and I showed up at the airport in Canada to board the plane and were turned back. All flights to Europe were cancelled. We had absolutely NO way of getting there. Loki and the Midgard serpent Jormangundr continue Ragnarok using the Earth as its battlefield.”
Thor does, however, plan on rescheduling as soon as air traffic is permitted.
“I am getting my magical goats – Tanngrisni [Or Tooth-Gnasher – Norse Ed.] and Tanngnost [Or Tooth-Grinder – Norse Ed.] – harnessed to my Thunder Chariot for a world tour,” he revealed.
Thor has plenty of other irons in the fire now as well: he’s working on a documentary of his career, starring in a new movie Thor Vs. Hercules, and has launched his Vancouver Millionaires sportswear line.
“It’s doing extremely well, especially during the Winter Olympics recently held in Vancouver, British Columbia. It was the rage of the Olympics,” Thor enthused.
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