THE INVISIBLE ORANGE PRESENTS DARK TRANQUILITY AT THE RICKSHAW THEATER
On Friday November 25th Dark Tranquility hits the Rickshaw Theater stage in Vancouver Canada with guests Swallow The Sun, Enforcer and Starkill. Head bang with some of Sweden’s most talented metal bands while they take over Vancity together, creating a live experience that all metal fans will crave.
WHO: Dark Tranquility, Swallow The Sun, Enforcer, Starkill
WHAT: Dark Tranquility tour
WHERE: The Rickshaw Theater, 254 E Hastings St, Vancouver, BC Canada V6A 1P1
WHEN: Friday November 25th 2016, 7:00 pm
VIP Package includes early entry to the Rickshaw, meet and greet with Dark Tranquillity, a signed show poster and signing session. Only available at: EnterTheVault.com, TicketWeb.ca, Red Cat Records
Dark Tranquility - This Swedish symphonic metal band formed in 1989 and since they have released 10 albums, building a global fan base. With a highly anticipated release due out in September 2016, Dark Tranquility is sure to impress fans once again after 20 years of pure metal.
Swallow The Sun - Their latest release Songs From The North I, II and III (November 13 2015) Swallow The Sun have encapsulated their musicianship into three albums that tell their own eloquent story. The band started in 2000 and six albums later they have proven their ability to build a new story every time; songs with intricacy, depth and emotion.
Enforcer - Enforcer is a Swedish metal band that kicked off in 2004. Their latest release Live By Fire was dropped November 20th 2016 and is all the power metal you are looking for. Recycling classic styles from Iron Maiden and Judas Priest, Enforcer has written an album made for driving fast down the highway and backyard garage parties everywhere.
Starkill - Hailing from Chicago Illinois, Starkill are an earful of symphonic death metal. Well crafted musicians for their age, Starkill proved their skill with the release Virus of the Mind back in 2014. The group received accolades from many, being recognized for their drastic development artistically and visually from their early days as Massakren. It’s no question that the signing with Century Media was what the group needed to take the next step.