CANNAE To Undertake Canadian Tour

Boston thrashers CANNAE have teamed up with sponsors Unrestrained! magazine and Galy Records to headline a string of shows throughout Canada. Dubbed the "Storming The Border" tour, CANNAE will be joined by Canadian bands BLOODSHOTEYE and 3 MILE SCREAM on the 15-date trek of cities throughout the provinces of Ontario and Quebec.

"We're looking forward to playing Canada again, ever since the last time we were there with GOD FORBID and SWORN ENEMY," CANNAE drummer Colin Conway says. "It was only a short amount of time we spent in the western section of Canada, but the shows were nothing short of amazing. We have always had a great time playing in Canada, and we're hoping that these upcoming shows will be no exception in spreading the word of CANNAE throughout the Great White North."

Before crossing the boarder, CANNAE will play with THE RED DEATH in Rochester, NY. The conclusion of the "Storming The Border" tour will coincide with the band's appearance at the third Sherbrooke Metalfest, alongside Canadian natives NEURAXIS and BURIED INSIDE. CANNAE is continuing to support last year's "Gold Becomes Sacrifice" (Prosthetic Records).

CANNAE tour dates:

Mar. 16 - Rochester, NY - Penny Arcade

CANNAE, BLOODSHOTEYE, 3 MILE SCREAM "Storming the Border" Canadian Tour 2006:

Mar. 17 - London, ONT - The Embassy
Mar. 18 - Windsor, ONT - 1214
Mar. 19 - Chatham, ONT - Riverplace Banquet Hall
Mar. 21 - Hamilton, ONT - The Underground
Mar. 22 - Brampton, ONT - The Raxx
Mar. 23 - St. Catherines, ONT - The Red Square
Mar. 24 - Burlington, ONT - Burlington Lions Club
Mar. 25 - Toronto, ONT - The Hybrid
Mar. 26 - Sudbury, ONT - Sudbury Arts Council
Mar. 27 - Peterborough, ONT - The Red Dog Tavern
Mar. 28 - Trois-Riviere, QC - Rock Cafe Le Stage
Mar. 29 - Montreal, QC - Club Saphire
Mar. 30 - Quebec City, QC - L'Arlequin
Mar. 31 - St. Hyacinthe, QC - Salle Le Louvre
Apr. 01 - Sherbrooke, QC - 1085 Boulevard Alexandre (Sherbrooke Metalfest)


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