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Anarcheon put out something positive and heavy

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Vancouver based  death metal band Anarcheon are excited to play Lethbridge, for the first time, Aug. 29,  at the Smokehouse with  fellow Vancouverites 2 Shadows and local death metal band Bring Your own Bodies.

Anarcheon play the Smokehouse, Aug. 29. Photo submitted
“We don’t  really call ourselves anything. But people have called us melodic death metal,” said lead singer Kaija Kinney, who formed the band in September 2016 with  bassist Sylvain Maltais. Drummer Steve Ricardo and new guitarist Clayton Bach complete the band.

“We just come together and let the music come out of us and flow,” she continued.

“Our biggest inspiration is to put out something positive and help someone out with our music,” she said.

 The band mostly plays around their home base of Vancouver, though they have also played Calgary.

“But this is our biggest tour,” she said of the upcoming western Canadian jaunt including the Lethbridge date.


“We’re in the midst of recording a new album to be released in October and we just completed a video for  the single ‘Etherus Claws,’” she continued.

“It’s pretty dark and vampiric,” she described, adding the new album will be darker.

“ It will have a lot darker tone, because we have a different guitarist now,” she said.

“So I’m pretty excited about it,” she said.

 She is excited about the Lethbridge show and the tour.

“It’s our first visit. We‘re a pretty energetic band. We like to interact with our audiences,” she said.

 “And it’s going to be heavy.”
There is a $10 cover for the Aug. 29 show. Doors open at 7 p.m

— By Richard Amery, L.A.Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 23 August 2017 09:34 )  
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