DEADLY APPLES will open for LES ÉKORCHÉS (the new Montréal, Québec, Canada-based project featuring vocalist Marc Vaillancourt from B.A.R.F., drummer Michel "Away" Langevin from VOIVOD, guitarist Pat Gordon from GHOULUNATICS and cellist Philippe Mius d'Entremont from MARUKA) at the Petite-Nation Rockfest 2007 in Montebello, Quebec on July 6. Also on the bill are Quebec's punk-rock superstars VULGAIRES MACHINS, as well as UKKO and FRUCTUS LUCIDUS. Proceeds will go to a local skate-park. More information (in French) on the event can be found at

Formed in late 2002, DEADLY APPLES is a four-piece band whose wide-ranging music combines elements of metal, alternative rock, industrial and experimental, among others, bathing in a rather dark and melancholy atmosphere. Thanks to that musical diversity, as well as the on-stage intensity and professionalism proved over the years, the group slowly gained support and recognition in the local music scene and had the chance of sharing the stage with numerous established acts. The band was recently featured on "The Fire Union: Winter. Six." compilation, along with ANONYMUS, MARTYR and REANIMATOR, to name a few.

DEADLY APPLES is currently working on the follow-up to its 2005 debut "Metamorphosis Has Begun". People attending the Petite-Nation Rockfest will be the first to get a taste of the new material, as the band promises a free demo for everyone there.

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