Canadian metallers THE END will team up with THE HOLLY SPRINGS DISASTER, JOHNNY TRUANT, A TEXTBOOK TRAGEDY and ARCHITECTS for a string of Canadian dates in March. The details are as follows:
Mar. 06 - Toronto, ON - The Reverb
Mar. 07 - Newmarket, ON - Newmarket Optimist Hall
Mar. 08 - London, ON - The Salt Lounge
Mar. 10 - Barrie, ON - Foundation Night Club
Mar. 11 - Chatham, ON - Twisters
Mar. 12 - Hamilton, ON - The Casbah
Mar. 13 - Kingston, ON - Time To Laugh Comedy Club
Mar. 14 - Ottawa, ON - Cafe Dekuf
Mar. 15 - Montreal QC - Club Lambi
Mar. 19 - Sydney, NS - St. Albans Hall
Mar. 20 - Moncton, NB - Paramount Lounge
Mar. 21 - Charlottetown, PEI - Benevolent Irish Society Hall
Mar. 22 - Halifax, NS - Hell's Kitchen
Mar. 24 - Quebec City, QC - The Casbah
Mar. 27 - St. Catherines, ON - Level 3
Mar. 28 - Oshawa, ON - The Dungeon
"Throwing Stones", the first video from THE END's acclaimed new album "Elementary", was shot in Toronto, ON with director Jeff Schevin for Soft Citizen (TV ON THE RADIO, DEATH FROM ABOVE 1979, ALEXISONFIRE, CONTROLLER.CONTROLLER) and producer Dallas Dyer. Watch it below.
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