Edmonton’s technical deathcore champions Protosequence are hitting the road this June to the summery climes of Western British Columbia. June 10th through 13th sees them play four nights, with a homecoming show on the 17th. This is not a show to be missed, as Protosequence put on a hell of a performance.
Protosequence – Greasy BC Tour 2017
June 10 – Abbotsford – Brothers Billiards
June 11 – Victoria – Intrepid Theatre
June 12 – Nanaimo – The Cambie
June 13 – Vancouver – 333
June 17 – Edmonton – Rendezvous Pub
On top of the video above, there are a couple things I’d like to say that didn’t really come to mind when filming, primarily about the band Filth. Despite enjoying their music, and most of their stage show, I have come to really hate it when bands turn their backs to the crowd. It’s one thing when they start the show or even a song turned, bring the lights up, and start the riffs, but to be fully in the show, during mid-song, it bugs the hell out of me. And that’s the only thing I can think of that I didn’t like about Filth. I can’t wait to see them come through Edmonton again, and hopefully be able to chat and drink mead with their singer Dustin again.