UNEXPECT To Play 10th Anniversary Show In Montreal

Quebec's rambunctious and truly unique act UNEXPECT will play their 10th anniversary show on May 4, 2007 at the Theatre Plaza in Montreal.

Commented the band: "This first leg of our lives has been fruitful in enjoyments and we look forward the next 54 years of karma bashing…Come celebrate with us in the most festive atmosphere! For the occasion, longtime friends AUGURY shall share the stage with us! A show not to be missed unless you die…dying is not fun…an inanimate state in which you just can’t surf and completely disapproved by the Canadian Food Guide." Special guests will be SHADES OF DUSK and CHARDS TO MIRROR.

UNEXPECT recently posted a live video of the song "Desert Urbania" on YouTube.com. The clip was shot during one of the band's performances this past fall.

UNEXPECT, which released its debut album, "In a Flesh Aquarium", last summer via The End Records, will embark on a spring tour across Canada with Quebec act ANONYMUS.


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