Thursday, June 18, 2015

Music

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Leave the Living to play Echo Room - cancelled

Jon Asher, Ashermediareleations.com

 

Popular Alberta band "Leave the Living" is coming to Chilliwack July 25.

 

reaking necks with their punishing riffs, incredible breakdowns backed by wrenching screams and a heavy brutal groove assault, Red Deer, AB’s LEAVE THE LIVING will be hitting the road across Western Canada (AB, BC, MB SK) for the Pacifist Fallows Tour with Edmonton’s Netherward in support of their debut album ‘Pacifist’ released this spring on May 1st and available both digitally and on CD here to follow up their 2012 self titled EP.

 

“Leave the Living is stoked to be hitting the road with our good friends in Netherward to promote our new album ‘Pacifist’! We will be in some cities we’ve never been to before and can not wait to make some new friends! Make sure you come out to a show and say hi!” comments vocalist Justin Shadows.

Recommended for fans of Pantera, Lamb of God, Gojira, As I Lay Dying, and Arsis, LEAVE THE LIVING has evolved significantly since inception, the band has taken major steps to bring their songwriting to a higher level, collaborating closer as a band to make a heavier sound plus map out a new album and more that fans old and new, locally and internationally will be anxious to hit the mosh pit to support.


Date: Saturday, July 25th
Venue: The Echo Room - 9282 Main St, Chilliwack, BC V2P 4M5
Time: 8 p.m.
Cost: TBD
Age Limit: 19+
Bands: Leave The Living + Netherward + guests

 

Track Listing: Leave The Living – Pacifist

1. Let Go (2:28)
2. Pacifist (2:59)
3. Manifesto (4:08)
4. Word of a Whore (3:49)
5. Open Sea (1:57)
6. Undone (3:07)
7. Poison Pen (3:06)
8. Sink or Swim (5:24)
9. Farewell (2:41)
Album Length: 29:44

Download the album here.

 

For more info, please visit the following links:
www.leavetheliving.ca
www.facebook.com/leavetheliving
www.twitter.com/leavetheliving1

 

Lyric Video - Pacifist - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bywH6J2ev8w

 

 

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