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Montreal, QC – July 31, 2018
For fans of Motorhead mixed with Dissection
WARCALL Announce “On Board Eastern Canadian Tour” w/ France’s Through The Dusk
New Album Out “Invaders” via Plan B Music
L-R: Phil – Drums, Mat – Guitars, Gord – Vocals and Bass
In fall 2017, Canadian thrashers WARCALL unleashed their latest album “Invaders” plus toured across Europe during the month of October sharing the stage with many bands. Now it’s time to return the favour and bring one of those bands over the Atlantic to perform across Eastern Canada with them. Hitting the road from October 4th to 13th, WARCALL along with France’s Through The Dusk will perform dates in Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia (dates listed below).
The band comments:
“We are very proud to finally be able to do a Canadian tour in 2018 in support of our album “Invaders” album. It is the first time we will be touring our own country since 2011 so it is long overdue! We will be focusing on the Eastern part of the country and playing a very special set list covering our entire catalog plus a few surprises. For that trip, we will be taking with us our friends Through The Dusk from France. We met them on our 2015 European tour and have been working with them since to bring them over here. The tour kicks off in Sainte Thérèse on October 4th and will include our annual Montreal show at Petit Campus on October 5th. The trek will end in Moncton on the 13th. Cheers and beers to be expected!”
WARCALL is inspired by Iron Maiden, Metallica, Motorhead, Dissection and Slayer, their music is fast, aggressive, melodic and dramatic. Unleashing three well-received albums under their bullet-belts (‘Demonarchy’, ‘Blood, Guts and Dirt’, ‘III’), their latest “Invaders” is a concept release based on humans fighting back an alien invasion with a message of fighting oppression, resisting, re-conquering, but without knowing if it is really over.
“Invaders” Album full stream here.
Music Video – Mission Commando here.
Music Video – Riding With Zombies (features stock footage from George A. Romero’s “Night of The Living Dead” movie and is a track about the grueling life of touring.) here.
On Board Eastern Canadian Tour w/ Through The Dusk
Oct 4 – Sainte-Therese, QC- Monte Cristo
Oct 5 – Montreal, QC – Petit Cafe Campus
Oct 6 – Sherbrooke, QC – Le Murdoch
Oct 7 – Jonquiere – Salle 4 Barils
Oct 10 – Quebec City, QC – Le Studio Sonum
Oct 11 – Edmundston – Bar Su’l Fanil
Oct 12 – Halifax, NS – Gus’ Pub
Oct 13 – Moncton, NB – The Caveau
Phil – Drums
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“Big things are happening for Montreal’s WarCall…Motor-Maiden-‘tallica brand of street wise thrash…” – Decibel Mag
“Actually, “very very heavy” doesn’t go far enough. “Bully Bastard” slugs had enough to loosen teeth and leave bruises, and the grooves are damned compulsive, too, so loosen up your neck muscles before diving into this track. But while the song rocks hard enough to shake listeners like rag dolls, the music also channels rage and intensity through the raw grit of the vocals and the grim (but very catchy) vehemence of the riffs.” – No Clean Singing
“Fans of an old school thrash/speed sound will find plenty to enjoy throughout Invaders. 10 tracks of meaty metal that makes you want to dig out the old patch jacket & head-bang until your neck fuses.” – Games, Brrraaains & A Head-Banging Life
“If you enjoy old school thrash, early speedy rock ‘n’ metal MOTÖRHEAD or DARKTHRONE in their thrashy black metal/crusty punk phase then WARCALL will wet your appetite and get you salivating! Dig out your battle vest, your white washed denim jeans and white trainers and bang that head furiously!” – All About The Rock
“il est impératif que les amateurs de thrash québécois découvrent cet autre petit trésor bien de chez nous.” – Musik Universe
“Like a black metal Motorhead or the mutant offspring of New Wave of British Heavy Metal legends Tank, WarCall really live up to their name! Indeed the comparisons with Motorhead and Tank are apt as WarCall are a strong power trio. On this, their fourth album (following ‘Demonarchy’, ‘Blood, Guts and Dirt’, and ‘III’), they show themselves to be very much a 21st century band, with a strong groove in their music.” – Hellbound