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Thursday06 Dec07:00:PM Cancer Bats Phoenix Concert Theatre,Toronto,ON
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Wednesday12 Dec08:00:PM Cancer Bats Warehouse Concert Hall,St Catharines,ON
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Saturday15 Dec07:00:PM Cancer Bats London Music Hall - Ontario,London,GTM
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Based in Toronto, Ontario, Cancer Bats is one of the emerging stars of hardcore punk and heavymetal genres in Canada. With its latest album “Searching for Zero” just released, the band is ready to take it to the road in a nationwide tour. The famous hardmetal group will come to your city with fresh singles like “True Zero” from its latest collection along with notable tracks from its previous endeavors. If you want to spend the weekend listening to something new, then going to a Cancer Bats concert is the best thing to do. Get your Cancer Bats tickets today and enjoy the epic concert in your city.

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About Cancer Bats

 

Formation and Initial Years

Former members of Toronto based band At the Mercy of Inspiration, musicians Liam Cormier and Scott Middleton were looking for a venture that would focus on more rigid yet rudimentary versions of the genre. In 2004 the two ultimately collaborated to form Cancer Bats, solidifying the lineup with drummer Joel Bath and bassist Andrew McCracken. Without wasting any time, the troupe began recording songs for a demo to be released in 2005. A few months later Mike Peters replaced the former bassist Joel and the band embarked on an extensive Southern Ontario tour with fellow bands and musicians. Before the band released any of its major works, it appeared in short interviews and presented a CD release show on radio.

 

Birthing the Giant

The ensemble soon released its debut album “Birthing the Giant” in 2006 together in Canada, USA and UK. In Canada it was released under the Distort Entertainment label while in the UK it was released by Hassle Records. In the US, the collection was released by Abacus Records after some changes were made to the song sequence. As part of its promotional campaign, the four-piece hosted the show “All Things Rock” on MTV Canada and played one of its videos after the show ended. Following the release bassist Andrew McCracken left and the band brought in Jason Bailey, who was to depart a year later and was finally replaced by Jaye R. Schwarzer. Nevertheless, the trope continued its worldwide trek and also opened for Billy Talent at an important American tour.

 

Hail Destroyer

On 22nd April 2008, the band released its sophomore album “Hail Destroyer” at the Mod Club, Toronto. The album was commercially a success and was well-received amongst critics and rock metal fans. The album had songs by vocalists Billy Talent, Wade MacNeil and Tim Mcllrath and acted as a confidence booster for the newly formed four-year old band. The release prompted the band to participate in a number of road shows during 2007 and 2008 along with its international tours of North America and parts of Europe. The quartet was to receive further acclaim after the Kerrang Magazine gave the album and its headlining tour a 5K review, the best rating. The band was later nominated at the Kerrang! Awards for “Album of the Year” in 2008.

 

Bears, Mayors, Scraps & Bones

Named after each of the quartet’s moniker, “Bears, Mayors, Scraps & Bones” was released in April 2010 by Vespa Studios. The album was marked by pruned rhythms, a chiseled instrumental tone and intense vocals that distinguished it from the band’s previous works. With singles like “Dead Wrong” and “Scared to Death”, the album is considered the band’s finest vocal feats. During the same year the troupe also had a stint with a Black Sabbath-devoted metal band under the mark “Bat Sabbath” in Canada.

 

Dead Set on Living

In 2012, the band found its inclination towards rock music, drifting slightly from its strict version of the metal genre. The ensemble released its fourth album “Dead Set on Living” on the 16th of April 2012 under Distort Entertainment. With songs like “Old Blood” and “Road Sick”, Cancer Bats took its fans by surprise. The album was the band’s first ever venture into fusing music and personal emotions. The lead single tells the tale of a close friend on the deathbed and is struggling to live. The track “Road Sick” features musicians who spend their lives touring on the roads. The album is primarily focused on bilateral ties between the positive and the negative and was well received by the audience.

 

Cancer Bats concert

The twice Juno Award nominated, Cancer Bats is heading to America again for a rocking concert with its brand new album “Searching for Zero”. The album was released in March 2015 and has been impressing fans ever since. Don’t forget to get your Cancer Bats tickets because they might sell out soon.

 

Cancer Bats Tickets PRICES

As of 16/11/2018 the average Cancer Bats tickets will cost you between $171 and $239, if you are looking for the cheapest seats then catch the event being held at the London Music Hall - Ontario, London on 15/12/2018. The average ticket will cost you the highest on 12/12/2018 at the Warehouse Concert Hall, St Catharines.
Minimum get in price is for Cancer Bats tickets is $31 for the event being held at the London Music Hall - Ontario, London on 15/12/2018 , there are some venues that have a much higher get in price, for instance the cheapest seats at the Warehouse Concert Hall, St Catharines on 12/12/2018 will set you back $110.

Name City Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price (Minimum Price)
The Flatliners & Cancer BatsToronto6-Dec-18$177$44
The Flatliners & Cancer BatsSt Catharines12-Dec-18$239$110
The Flatliners & Cancer BatsLondon15-Dec-18$171$31