Already carrying a health warning of sorts in their name, Cancer Bats have definitely cemented their reputation for an atomic live show. Now onto their third album, the Toronto band have met with acclaim and success both on both sides of the Atlantic. Their fusion of the most acerbic, lean edges of metal with the inclusive ethos of punk means in some ways, they appeal to everyone. And there's no signs of mellowing out just yet: Seeing how the kids at their gigs throw themselves around shows how they are prized. Lead singer Liam Cormier is only too happy to expound his never ending enthusiasm for the band, their fans and their new album, Bears, Mayors, Scraps and Bones.
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