Published Nov 14, 2013The days are getting darker and the weather is getting colder in Canada, but that's not going to stop any musicians from touring across the Great White North as winter approaches. Just see for yourself in the latest edition of our Can't Miss Concerts series for the week of November 14-20. Check back every Thursday to see what bands are braving the Canadian cold.
First up, noise-punks Crocodiles will find themselves far from the sunny beaches of their native San Diego as they head north of the border for a pair of Canadian shows. Catch the band in Toronto and Montreal as they tour in support of new LP Crimes of Passion.
11/19 Toronto, ON - Lee's Palace
11/20 Montreal, QC - Divan Orange
The Deep Dark Woods
Back in September, Saskatoon folk-rockers the Deep Dark Woods released their excellent fifth studio album, Jubilee. Don't miss their shows in Toronto and Ottawa before they head out on the American and European legs of their current tour.
11/14 Toronto, ON - The Great Hall
11/16 Ottawa, ON - Ritual
Having been long-listed for the Polaris Music Prize for their 2012 album Spectral Dusk, Jonas Bonnetta's Evening Hymns project have set out a Canadian tour. They will be accompanied by Prairie songwriter Andy Shauf.
11/14 Toronto, ON - The Drake Hotel
11/15 Peterborough, ON - Gordon Best Theatre
11/16 Oshawa, ON - The Moustache Club
11/17 Guelph, ON - E-Bar
11/19 St Catherines, ON - Mansion House
11/20 Kingston, ON - 356 Augusta
Lamb of God
Lamb of God bassist John Campbell recently confirmed that the band are set to head back into the studio in 2014 to begin recording their eighth studio LP. Until then, catch the band in concert as they play a series of shows across the Prairies.
11/14 Edmonton, AB - Shaw Conference Centre
11/15 Calgary, AB - Big Four Building
11/16 Saskatoon, SK - Prairieland Park
Pittsburgh's Mac Miller is showing no signs of slowing down following a European tour with Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz in October. The rapper has extended his own tour to North America, including stops in Calgary and Toronto.
11/14 Calgary, AB - MacEwan Hall
11/15 Toronto, ON - Sound Academy
Protest the Hero
Protest the Hero continue to tour in support of their latest LP, Volition. Catch the band as they hit Calgary and Vancouver.
11/16 Calgary, AB - The Gateway (Sait)
11/18 Vancouver, BC - Vogue Theatre
For more shows headed your way, click over to Exclaim!'s new Concert Listings.