Fluent in Death


Toronto’s Ischemic and London’s Hunter Gatherer join London’s Yeti on Horseback in their wake of destruction with four Ontario shows.

August 4th – London, ON at Rum Runners – event
August 5th – Peterborough, ON at The Garnet – event
August 10th – Hamilton, ON at Doors Pub – event
August 11th – Toronto, ON at Coalition: T.O. – event



Lapsaria‘s ‘Throe’ was debut on New Noise Magazine and their newest release is available to stream on their Bandcamp and on a limited 7″ lathe cut vinyl.

You can also hear their new track at one of four Ontario shows;

May 5th – Windsor, ON at The Dominion House
May 6th – London, ON at The Swag 666 Yolo Basement
May 7th – Toronto, ON at Coalition
May 8th – St Catharines, ON at The Temple


Yeti on Horseback video premiere

Decibel Magazine will be premiering the music video for Yeti on Horseback‘s ‘Tree of Death’, the first track off their debut album ‘The Great Dying’. It will be shown on December 15th, 2016.

“The video was created and shot by David Hall. David Hall is easily one of the most talented film makers on this miserable planet. For us to be part of the roster that he has done visuals for( Pentagram (official), Pig Destroyer, (the) Melvins ) is an absolute honour. He nailed visually what we wrote sonically. This video is truly a piece of art. A depiction of life and death realized in a matter of 9 minutes.

Our family grows as we die” – R.P.

Mark the date on your calendar – I can assure you it’s a mystifying assault, both visually and audibly. Truly a perfect example of what can be done when two talented venues of art come together for a single project.

It begins…

Hey Dwellers – it’s been a long time in the making and I am amazed to see the surge of attention and support so soon after starting.

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Keep on bringing attention to your favourite music in town, attend local shows, and leave a comment on the blog or our Facebook page – your presence and support is what helps drive and inspire all this incredible creativity that exists within arm’s reach.