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Derelict Issues Show Recap And Recording Update

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Canada's Derelict has checked in with the following recap of recent shows and update about recording new material:

"Happy Halloween! Eric here. We had an excellent run of shows, starting with the Decapitated/Decrepit Birth/Fleshgod Apocalypse/Rings of Saturn tour stop on Oct 26th in Montreal. It was amazing to play alongside some of our influences and favorite bands, and the Montreal crowd got there right for the beginning, so we had a great crowd despite it being 6:30pm. Check out this live video of ‘Polarized’:

"Next was Brantford on Oct 28th, where we played ShredFest, a charity concert benefiting the Help A Child Smile Foundation. Great to play alongside our brothers in Endast, Misguided Aggression, Exes For Eyes, and Besegra.

"On Oct 29th we played in North Bay, alongside The Killing Field and many other great bands. This was a classic small-town show, set up in a awesome and spacious curling rink, with a crowd of absolute diehards. We couldn’t ask for anything more!

"As studio dates approach, Collin and Max are finishing off recording lead guitar this week, and we’re rehearsing all together to tighten the drum and vocal performances. We also got some amazing bass lines from our session man Seb Pittet (also plays in Augury), and we’re very excited to have everyone hear those. The album is coming together! Thanks for reading!"

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I've got to say, they were excellent at the Decapitated show, would like to see them again.

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