AMHERST, N.S. – If you were looking for Christmas carols topped off with candy canes and hot chocolate, then the Slamherst Metal Night at Teasers Pub in Amherst might not have been for you.
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Engage the threat is: (from left) Louis Sippley, Daamon Ross, Ernie Landry, and Ian Ryan on drums.
Engage the Threat, which features Amherst’s Ernie Landry on bass, headlined a bill which also included Severance, a band out of Halifax, and Elevate the Virus, a band from Saint John, N.B.
Engage the Threat got into the Christmas spirit by donating their take at the gate, plus food items, to the Amherst Food Bank.