Glory be

Catch Gloryhound's sweat-rock celebration at The Seahorse.

Gloryhound is here to party.
Gloryhound is here to party.

Fresh off a tour that had the band criss-crossing the country with The Stanfields and kicking Halloween drug-snorting dinos off their amps, Halifax's sweat-rockers Gloryhound are back in town and ready to party. "Be prepared to have a lot of fun," says lead guitarist Dave Casey. "We try to treat every show like a celebration---it's hard to get people out, so you have to give them something that they're not used to. We always like to leave a lot of blood sweat and tears on the stage...not the band. We like to leave it all out there and give the people a good time." A guaranteed good time you say? That's not something Haligonians are likely to turn down, so you better make your plans now and get there early. "It's really nice to do a big show at The Seahorse," says Casey. "Halifax is our favourite place to play. It's where our friends and our true fans are."

Saturday, December 22, 9pm, The Seahorse, 1665 Argyle Street, $10

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