Yamantaka // Sonic Titan, Catl., Hannah Georgas and Christopher Owens Lead This Week's Can't Miss Concerts

Yamantaka // Sonic Titan, Catl., Hannah Georgas and Christopher Owens Lead This Week's Can't Miss Concerts
Shake off your winter blues by attending one of these amazing shows this week! Find our list of must-see concerts in Vancouver, Montreal, Calgary and Toronto below.

Vancouver

Friday, January 18 & Saturday, 19
Veteran hardcore punkers D.O.A. are calling it quits and celebrating the release of what may be their last album, We Come In Peace, with a farewell tour. Check this show out in case frontman Joe Keithley actually trades in his guitar for a shot in the New Democratic Party. The Friday night show is sold out, but luckily a Saturday show has been added.

D.O.A.
The Rebel Spell
$16 at Rickshaw Theatre

Saturday, January 19
Chaotic jammers Indian Wars will be taking the Fairview Pub stage alongside Dead Ghost, Spoon River and Dustin Cole. Check this show to hear some earth-shaking, eardrum-shattering tunes from their album Songs From The North.

Indian Wars
Dead Ghost
Spoon River
Dustin Cole
$10 at Fairview Pub

Tuesday, January 22
Rhythmic indie rockers Pinback are back on tour to support the release of their new album Information Retrieved, their first in five years. Make sure to check out their comeback this week with openers Judgement Day.

Pinback
Judgement Day
$22 at Venue

Calgary

Thursday, January 17
French metal band Gojira will be taking their versatility to the stage along with Devin Townsend. You can expect to hear songs off their newest album, L'Enfant Sauvage.

Gojira
Devin Townsend
$31.25 at MacEwan Ballroom

Saturday, January 19
Pop-rocker Hannah Georgas is back on tour to promote her self-titled, electronic-tinged sophomore set. She's taken new musical directions of late, so even if you've seen her before, this one promises surprises.

Hannah Georgas
$20 at Republik

Toronto

Friday, January 18
Former Girls frontman Christopher Owens has just announced a ton of West Coast tour dates. But before then Toronto gets a live listen to tracks from his solo debut album Lysandre.

Christopher Owens
$20 advance, $25 door at Virgin Mobile Mod Club

Friday, January 18
Catch Yamantaka // Sonic Titan as they take the stage with their psychedelic musical spectacle of a live show. The show promises tons of sneak peeks from their new LP, currently in the works. CTZNSHP and Planet Creature open.

Yamantaka // Sonic Titan
CTZNSHP
Planet Creature
$10 advance, $13 door at the Garrison

Saturday, January 19
Catl. will be saying their goodbyes at this hometown farewell show featuring the Royal Crowns. You can expect to hear songs off their 2012 album Soon This Will All Be Gone.

Catl.
The Royal Crowns
$10 at the Legendary Horseshoe Tavern

Montreal

Thursday, January 17
Fey singer-songwriter Gentleman Reg is hitting the road alongside Statue Park. Tonight, you can expect him to perform songs off of his newest album Leisure Life.

Gentleman Reg
Statue Park
$10 at Casa del Popolo

Saturday, January 19
A day before his Toronto show, Christopher Owens will play a Lysandre-packed set to his Montreal fan. Don't miss the songwriter's first-ever solo tour.

Christopher Owens
$20 at le Cabaret Du Mile End