Man Stabbed After Attending AMON AMARTH Concert In Edmonton
According to CTV News Edmonton, a man was stabbed Monday night after AMON AMARTH's concert in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
The man who was in his early 30s had just left the Edmonton Convention Centre venue around 10:30 p.m. when he was involved in an "altercation" and stabbed.
A suspect — described as "a man in his mid-30s" — was arrested by bystanders and held until police arrived.
It is not presently clear if the victim survived the stabbing, with Edmonton Police Service Staff Sgt. Lance Parker telling CTV News Edmonton on scene that "it wasn't looking good."
No one else was injured in the incident.
A video report from CTV News Edmonton can be seen below.
AMON AMARTH is touring North America in support of its latest album, "Berserker", which was released in May via Metal Blade Records. Also appearing on the bill are ARCH ENEMY, AT THE GATES and GRAND MAGUS.
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