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CANCER BATS at Charlotte Street Arts Centre (Fredericton) - Sun Oct 15 2017 at 8:00 pm
· Oct · 15 Sun at Charlotte Street Arts Centre 732 Charlotte St Fredericton, NB E3B 1M5
Door at 7:00 pm Show at 8:00 pm
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CANCER BATS at Charlotte Street Arts Centre Sun Oct 15 2017 at 8:00 pm CANCER BATS at Charlotte Street Arts Centre (Fredericton) - Sun Oct 15 2017 at 8:00 pm

“No more bull shit…” asserts singer Liam Cormier of CANCER BATS.

“That was our declaration for this whole album,” he says when speaking about the band's fifth studio recording Searching For Zero. The choruses are hookier, the screams more savage, the riffs more vicious, the songs more powerful. This is the CANCER BATS at their pinnacle – their “True Zero.”

“We were coming out of what was a really heavy year for all of us, with a lot of challenges, non-stop touring and the deaths of people really close to the band. Us dealing with all of that and how that’s taken its toll,” explains Cormier about the headspace he shared with his band mates – drummer Mike Peters, guitarist Scott Middleton, and bassist Jaye Schwarzer – surrounding the album’s composition.

As such, the 10 tracks that comprise Searching For Zero, produced by Ross Robinson (Sepultura, Slipknot, At The Drive In, Glass Jaw, Blood Bothers and The Cure), marks a new extension of the band's already staple sonic components – the urgency and intensity inherent in Cormier’s vocals,Middleton’s sometimes sludgy, sometimes raging riffage, and the grimy, gritty,heavy-hitting rhythm section of Peters and Schwarzer, are all present. However, the album boasts a more raw and organic tonal signature than any previous Bats collection, with melodic elements not only musically but also vocally, which Cormier largely credits to their producer and their metal idols.



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