Cannae Joins God Forbid, Sworn Enemy, Manntis On Tour
Band Photo: God Forbid (?)
Boston-based thrashers CANNAE will embark on a handful of dates alongside God Forbid, Sworn Enemy, and Manntis to continue supporting Gold Becomes Sacrifice, the band's second album on Prosthetic Records. The record has received praise from the press, being called "a crafty combination of mind-numbing precision and jarring sensory overload" by Revolver magazine, while Blabbermouth.net wrote that the album "snorts, snarls, and kicks 90-pound weaklings in the face. As far as sheer heaviness is concerned, this quintet leaves bomb craters in its wake." Produced and mixed by Jason Suecof (God Forbid, Trivium) and mastered by Jim Morris (Iced Earth, Death), the record features guest solos by both Suecof and James Murphy (Death, Obituary, Testament), alongside the addition of several new members to the band.
Currently on the road with The Nicea Room in support of Gold Becomes Sacrifice, Cannae will meet up with God Forbid at the end of January, having already opened for the band on a string of dates throughout the Northeast in November.
CANNAE with The Nicea Room
1/06 Tampa, FL – Brass Mug
1/07 Panama City Beach, FL – Spinnaker
1/09 Chattanooga, TN – Ziggy’s
1/10 Nashville, TN – The Muse
1/11 Evansville, IN – 1123 First Ave.
1/13 Endicott, NY – Rexers Music Hall
1/14 Revere, MA – The Lido Nightclub
1/15 Dover, NH – The Brick House
Cannae with God Forbid, Sworn Enemy, Manntis
1/24 Portland, OR - Hawthorne Theatre
1/25 Seattle, WA - El Corazon
1/27 Spokane, WA - Fat Tuesday's Concert Hall
1/28 Calgary, AB - The Warehouse
1/29 Edmonton, AB - The Starlite
1/31 Winnipeg, MB - Pyramid Cabaret
2/03 Detroit, MI - Harpos
2/04 Rochester, NY - The Penny Arcade
More dates to come.
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