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September 4, 2004

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On Saturday, the Embassy will play host to a slew of bands, including Cursed, Breather Resist, Lick Golden Sky, Coliseum and A Day and a Deathwish.

A Day and a Deathwish hails from Welland and has undergone several line-up changes over the years, while developing a unique, heartfelt rock style. The band recently posted a number of new songs online, including Out Loud, My Path and Take to Be True. These can be accessed for free at

Breather Resist will bring a heavier flavour to the evening, citing inspiration from such bands as the Jesus Lizard and Kiss It Goodbye. The band's first full-length CD, Charmer, is slated for an Oct. 5 release through Jade Tree.

Like many other Embassy shows, this one is being put on by SummerCamp Productions, a London-based operation devoted to promoting the local indie rock scene.

More information on SummerCamp and the bands it supports, is online at

Cover for Saturday's show is $8 in advance or at the door.


Megan O'Toole