Cancer Bats are back!
A huge double bill.
Toronto hardcore punks Cancer Bats are getting up to no good this September and October, with their Destroy Australian Tour featuring Melbourne rockers High Tension now locked in place. Posting on Facebook, Cancer Bats have shared their excitement with fans, saying: “Australia we are super fucking stoked to announce that we are coming to rip
Three years since the release of their last full-length, Dead Set On Living, Toronto hardcore lifer’s Cancer Bats have returned sounding as visceral and vital as ever on Searching for Zero. A bone-crushing blend of hardcore and metal styles held together by a confronting yet uplifting lyrical narrative Searching For Zero is the sound of
There’s good news and band news for fans of hardcore punk band Cancer Bats. First the bad news: Cancer Bats have unfortunately had to cancel their upcoming Australian tour scheduled for next month. In an official statement (included below) Cancer Bats and Soundwave Touring apologetically announced that for an unspecified reason the tour had to
Cancer Bats have announced some Australia tour dates for this July on the back of their new album Dead Set On Living. They’ll be playing three dates in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney over one weekend from the 13th until the 15th. Their new album sees them at their most ferocious, as the band once again
Cancer Bats have revealed details of their upcoming fourth full-length album Dead Set On Living; they will release the new album on the 20th of April, 2012. Once again utilising the legendary Vespa Studios and producers Eric Ratz and Kenny Luong, Dead Set On Living brings yet another dimension to the Bats’ menacing style of
Cancer Bats have released the first track Old Blood from their upcoming fourth studio album, and follow-up to 2010 album Bears, Mayors, Scraps & Bones titled Dead Set On Living, which will be released in the autumn of 2012. Lead vocalist Liam Cormier spoke about the new album recently with Blare Magazine, saying “I think
As it seems to be a relief to have a short break from touring, there is still no breather for the four-piece Canadian group. Always doing something productive whether it being touring, writing or more touring, the Cancer Bats are one of the hardest working bands in their scene.
What is in the water in Canada at the moment? On the back of some cracking punk and hardcore albums last year from Propagandhi, Billy Talent and Alexisonfire. Cancer Bats unleash Bears, Mayors, Scraps and Bones, a brutal album from start to finish that ignites a fire deep inside and burns you with its intensity.
The Cancer Bats will release Bears, Mayors, Scraps and Bones, their heaviest, deadliest, and most brutal offering to date in April through Roadrunner Records.