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Who: Blessed By a Broken Heart (BBABH) from Montreal with guests As It Stands, Upheaval of an Exorcist, Breaking the Fourth Wall, and Deter.
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BBABH
Who: Blessed By a Broken Heart (BBABH) from Montreal with guests As It Stands, Upheaval of an Exorcist, Breaking the Fourth Wall, and Deter.

What: Hardcore metal rock with a bit of Christian influence

Where: Oddfellows Hall, 124 Dennis Street

When: Friday, January 9, 2009

Why: Now that the hectic holidays are over, it's time to relax with a bit of metal.

Important tid-bits

Tickets are $10 in advance or $15 at the door.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

This is an all-ages event.

Visit BBABH at MySpace

Official BBABH bio

Century Media is proud to sign Blessed By a Broken Heart, self-proclaimed “superheroes destined to save the world from nuclear annihilation with the power of metal."

BBABH hails from Montreal, Canada and released one album, All’s Fair In Love And War, on Blood & Ink Records in 2004.

They did a few tours of North America with The Devil Wears Prada and A Day to Remember and played to sold-out crowds in the UK with Enter Shakari.

Upon returning home, they found themselves with offers from record labels shooting out of their collective arses.

Comments The Bird (drums): “We have been searching for the right record label to release our next record for quite some now, and this is a match made in heaven. The force is strong with Century Media. I mean, they signed us without a singer, so they are obviously just as crazy as we are.

"And speaking of," he continues, "we've found a new singer. His name is Tony Gambino, and yeah, his great-uncle was Carlo Gambino (Google him), so don’t mess with us. Tony can do back-flips and breakdance better then Turbo in Electric Boogaloo. We’re psyched to have him on board."

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