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23 March 2018

Longhouse is heading to Vancouver

Deathbound Records is proud to announce that Ottawa-based Doom Metal band, Longhouse is heading to Vancouver this weekend. They are one of the five hopeful Canadian bands nominated for a JUNO Award.

Longhouse’s sophomore album, II: Vanishing, continues to diarize frontman, Josh Cayer’s exploration of his Indigenous heritage and tackles important historic and contemporary issues affecting Indigenous Peoples in Canada, such as the Indian Residential School System and Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.

The band is nominated for Metal/Hard Music album of the year at this year’s Canadian music awards, the Junos.

“We are extremely honoured to be recognized alongside such talented Canadian metal bands.” says Cayer, who is proud of the opportunity to showcase metal as another medium for Indigenous artists to flourish and share stories, culture, and experiences.

Tune in on March 25 on CBC-TV, or to see if Longhouse brings home the JUNO award. In the meantime, give II:Vanishing a spin on Bandcamp.

Hunter’s Moon // Longhouse - II:Vanishing
  1. Hunter’s Moon // Longhouse - II:Vanishing
  2. Le Vent // Tunguska Mammoth - Breathless
  3. Kings And Queens // Tunguska Mammoth - Breathless
  4. Pressure // Hands of Despair - Well of the Disquieted
  5. L’invasion – II. La salve // Hands of Despair - Well of the Disquieted
  6. L’invasion – III. L’élégie // Hands of Despair - Well of the Disquieted
  7. Lily // Tunguska Mammoth - Breathless
  8. Breathless // Tunguska Mammoth - Breathless
  9. La ballade des gens heureux // Hands of Despair - Well of the Disquieted
  10. No Name, No Marker // Longhouse - II:Vanishing
  11. New Sun // Tunguska Mammoth - Breathless
  12. Blood and Stone // Longhouse - II:Vanishing
  13. The Vigil // Longhouse - II:Vanishing