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Towards Darkness

Towards Darkness

Metal / Down Tempo / Hardcore Montreal, QC, CA  CA


  • 2012

    Oct 28

    Montréal, QC, CA | 8:00pm
  • 2012

    Sep 22

    Montréal, QC, CA | 8:00pm
  • 2012

    Jun 16

    Québec, QC, CA | 8:00pm
  • 2011

    Dec 17

    Sherbrooke, QC, CA | 8:00pm

    08:45 - L’Habit Me Suce Le Moine 09:10 - Leonos 09:45 - They Were Us 10:20 - Towards Darkness 11:00 - Depths Of Hatred 11:35 - Vilipend 12:10 - Barn Burner

  • 2011

    Oct 21

    Montréal, QC, CA | 8:00pm


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  • Skarred Kage (Artist)
    Skarred Kage
    Love what you're doing here! Fan me back and give my music a listen including my newest track "Compressing Apathy" and remixes of Ace Ventura's "Presence and Meat Katie's "I Was There" all of which are ALL available for FREE download here on Reverbnation and on Sound Cloud!! Thanks! \m/ Alex Skarred Kage
  • Avantgarde Music (Label)
    Avantgarde Music
    Cool video, great new songs, can't wait to have the new album out with you guys


  • Towards Darkness Solemn (Twilight Foundation 2008)
  • The Mass Towards Darkness (GWN Records 2004)


Label: Avantgarde Music

Manager: Self-Managed

Bio: Towards Darkness was formed in 2001 under the band name The Mass. The original lineup consisted of Kevin Jones on bass and vocals, Joël Cyr on guitar, and Nick Richards on drums. The trio released an album entitled “Towards Darkness” on GWN Records in 2004. Due to a band from California having al...See Full Bio

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“Canadian doom metal mavens Towards Darkness were once called The Mass, who put out an album called Towards Darkness. Confused? Allow the slow crawl of “Continuity Errror” to seep through your pores long enough, and your befuddlement will be whisked away by the foreboding sonic heft brought on by this outfit. Strong keyboard work and well-measured tempos give this six-track affair a truly chilling effect, and when the roaring Isis-like vocals kick in, best brace yourself for a maelstrom to crush your soul. Funeral-like in its approach with shards of atmospheric post-hardcore thrown in for good measure (“Despair”), this 63-minute excursion pounds and plods its way through with all of the sloth-like nuances to make for a convincing slab of doom metal.”


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