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Coming to the Essar Cente on April 6

Tuesday, January 22, 2013   by: SooToday.com Staff

NEWS RELEASE

ESSAR CENTRE

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Marinas Trench

Face The Music: With A Vengeance

(January 22, 2013) – After their breakthrough album Masterpiece Theatre in 2009, Vancouver pop rockers Marianas Trench are back with their newest album Ever After.

Vocalist-guitarist Josh Ramsay, guitarist Matt Webb, bassist Mike Ayley, and drummer Ian Casselman first single from Ever After “Haven’t Had Enough”, which tells the story of Ramsay trapped in an alternate world ruled by a wicked princess at the head of an army of toy-like minions.

Two hundred  of the band’s dedicated fans showed up on set to assist in making it magically evil.

Other hits from Ever After that have hit the radio airwaves consist of “Desperate Measures,” “Fallout,” and “Stutter.”

Marianas Trench have built their name on relentless touring and engagement with their fans through social media, while chart-busting singles such as “Celebrity Status,”“Good To You,” “Cross My Heart,” and “All To Myself” have ruled airwaves and online plays.

Industry accolades in the form of awards and nominations have been sweet, but nothing can trump the first love of performing in front of a live audience.

Marianas Trench brings with them on their “Face The Music: With A Vengeance Tour” very special guests Down With Webster and Anami Vice.

For more information, go here, here or here.

Tickets go on sale for the public on Friday, January 25, 2013.

Essar Centre, Saturday, April 6, 2013 at 7 p.m.

In person at Essar Centre box office

By phone at 866-775-9422

Online

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Flyers08 1/22/2013 11:01:54 AM Report

Really????
Really?? 1/22/2013 11:22:30 AM Report

That's my name, don't wear it out!!
FORZA ITALIA 1/22/2013 11:50:03 AM Report

Why does the promoter keep on bringing these jokes to the Essar Center? Ever since KISS there has been no big names brought here.
rockbottom 1/22/2013 1:18:51 PM Report

Concerts at the Essar Center, seem to be a thing of the past now, as I'm not sure why, but we've stopped getting them for some reason. I realize that the music business isn't what it use to be, but I'm sure there's plenty of artists still touring, that would sell well at the Essar Center. We seem to get more comedians, than bands lately, which is alright, as we all need a good laugh once in awhile, but I also wanna Rock.
beak 1/22/2013 2:30:38 PM Report


Marianas Trench is a great band...

nothing wrong with a bit of diversity..

cashcab 1/22/2013 3:00:08 PM Report

Eric church in sudbury in february...but not playing here.
PS64 1/22/2013 3:17:58 PM Report

We do need a big country act. Excluding any one that was already here.
bus 1/22/2013 7:41:41 PM Report

Remember, your tax dollars pay for someone to bring entertainment to this city. Without any insult to this band, were in need of another big name here. I can guarantee if you got any big name country artists/band here, that it would sell out. Kewadin just had The Band Perry and Chris Young, Emerson Drive is there in April. I think we need either a big name or an up and comer. Usually these p and comer's join the big names on their tours. We have seen pop, rock, folk, and a little bit of country. Id prefer a big name country artists or band, but at this point, any big name would be nice
jojo12345 1/23/2013 3:13:01 AM Report

they probably will charge lot of money again
how can poor peoples go see any show
only rich can do it
a_mom 1/23/2013 9:26:23 AM Report

just because they aren't kiss or play music that caters to the over 40 crowd doesn't mean they aren't a good band. personally i don't care for listening to someone singing about how drinking beer is gonna make them feel better about their ex taking their dog and house.
soohero 1/23/2013 12:13:45 PM Report

^ best comment
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