The Invisible Orange

When:
August 4, 2017 @ 17:00 – 21:00
2017-08-04T17:00:00-07:00
2017-08-04T21:00:00-07:00
Where:
Abitibi Boat
750 Pacific Blvd
Vancouver, BC V6B 3W5
Canada
Cost:
$40 advance / $50 at the gate
Contact:
The Invisible Orange
6046142311

Buy tickets NOW: http://theinvisibleorange.tunestub.com/event.cfm?cart&showTimingID=265531
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THE INVISIBLE ORANGE METAL CRUISE 2017

With Dayglo Abortions / Terrifier / Obsidian

Boarding at 5:00pm
Sailing from 6:00pm to 9:00pm
(you can still make it to the Anciients show at the Rickshaw!)
CASH BAR / METAL BANDS / STUNNING CITY VIEWS / GOOD TIMES !!!
Sorry, No minors

Dayglo Abortions
Canadian punk band from Victoria, British Columbia. The band was formed in 1979 and released their first album, “Out of the Womb” in 1981.
In 2016 the Dayglos released their latest album “Armaggedon Survival Guide”, which offers "unique blend of catchy punk rock, heavy metal, comical humour, and pissed off political rhetoric, with lyrical content that challenges and disputes the verities of modern life"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-1MDy63CoI

Terrifier
TERRIFIER is a thrash metal onslaught hailing from Vancouver, BC, Canada by way of Kelowna BC. Originally known as Skullhammer, Terrifier released their debut album ‘Destroyers of the Faith’ back in 2012 and the “Metal Or Death” EP in 2013. Their latest album, “Weapons of Thrash Destruction” was just released last month on Test Your Metal Records. This is well-executed, high-energy, beer-drinking, fun-thrashing metal at its finest!
“Terrifier’s Weapons of Thrash Destruction definitely earns the title of Best in Class” (Score: 9/10) – Metal Observer
https://terrifier-tym.bandcamp.com/album/weapons-of-thrash-destruction

Obsidian
Obsidian a multinational metal band, having members hailing from France, Germany and Canada, currently making Vancouver, B.C. their home base. Obsidian melds aggression, groove and melodic hooks in their riff tight metal assault!
The band has two albums on their collection: Time Erodes (2015) and their latest album Into Oblivion (2016). Into Oblivion showcased the same groove and intensity as Time Erodes, but began to expand into more melodic themes within their songwriting and production. Moving in more f an industrial/Metal feel, but keeping their original metal sound fully intact. With the writing of their third album well under way, you’ll be hearing more from Obsidian this year!
https://obsidianvancouver.bandcamp.com/album/into-oblivion

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