AUGURY To Headline Third Annual ASHES OF AUTUMN Festival

Montreal tech-death stars AUGURY have been confirmed as the headliners of the third annual Ashes of Autumn concert, set to take place December 2 at The Metal Bar in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Also scheduled to appear are hyper folk-black metal newcomers PROFUGUS MORTIS, THREAT SIGNAL, and ADYTUM. Attendees can expect to hear performances of brand new material from the bands and will have a chance to win tons of door prizes, courtesy of BloodBucket Productions. Doors open at 8:00 p.m. and all ages are welcome.

The show takes place at Toronto's newly opened The Metal Bar, located at
1305 Dundas Street West (Dundas and Dovercourt).

On Sunday, December 3, Dominic "Forrest" Lapointe (QUO VADIS, AUGURY, ATHERETIC, ex-NEGATIVA) will be conducting a very exclusive bass clinic at The Metal Bar at 2:00 p.m. This event is FREE to the public.

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