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Will Of The Ancients Issues Tour Road Report

Will of the Ancients has issued the following road report from their current tour alongside Wolven Ancestry:

"Hey folks!

"So today is day 7 of the tour with Wolven Ancestry. We've pretty much finished the first leg of the tour which was North Bay-Sudbury-Montreal-Quebec City. Had a bit of a slow start with North Bay, but things have been picking up nicely since then! Sudbury was kickass, and Montreal and Quebec really surprised us seeing as we had only been to Montreal once before. People seemed really receptive to us! Stayed at the infamous Steven Henry's place in Montreal, met up with a few friends there too. Quebec was good too, thanks to the great sound and people getting into the show. We had a day off between Quebec City and the Fredericton show last night, so we stayed with our good friends Dave and Victoria (and their adorable children and pets). Lots of campfire, partying, shenanigans and almost raw meat being ripped apart! Thanks Dave & Victoria!! The Fredericton show was surprisingly good! We certainly didn't expect the kind of reception we got, but it seems that the people who were there were very open to stuff other than the core-ish stuff that was supposed to be the theme of the show.

"Tonight we're heading to Halifax and we hear it's gonna be one of the big shows on this tour so we're really looking forward to it! The limited edition tour shirts have been selling well and we're pretty sure will sell out by the end of the tour. In any case, that's about all for now, and we'll make sure to post another update as soon as we can. If you read this, come out to a show!!!!"

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