Tribune at Blarney Stone on national tour April 5

Vancouver-based progressive heavy metal band Tribune’s Canada Slays tour will land them in Red Deer on April 5. Slated to begin on April 3, Tribune’s month-long across Canada tour is set to promote their recent album, Tales.

Vancouver-based progressive heavy metal band Tribune’s Canada Slays tour will land them in Red Deer on April 5.

Slated to begin on April 3, Tribune’s month-long across Canada tour is set to promote their recent album, Tales.

This nine-track concept album is influenced by the literarily works of Howard Phillips Lovercraft, Herbert George Wells and Homer.

The album also features influences from metal bands located across the globe. This includes British Liverpool-based metal band Carcass, American Florida-based metal band Death and Swedish Gothenburg-based metal band At the Gates.

Made up of vocalist Bryan Baker, bassist Ryan O’Shea, guitarist Shawn Culley, guitarist Terry Anderson and drummer Jason Brown, Tribune has been composing and performing music for the past nine years.

Tales, released on Oct. 29, 2013, is Tribune’s third full-length album written entirely by the band.

Tribune will be playing at the Blarney Stone Pub and Restaurant on 6320 50th Ave at 8 p.m. Advanced tickets can be purchased at 53rd Street Music at 4902 53rd St. or the Blarney Stone Pub and Restaurant for $10. Tickets will cost $15 at the door.

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