The Canadian Thanksgiving weekend was upon us and for October, it was a damn warm night. 28 degrees Celsius; nuts, yes, but a good way to foreshadow the events of the night. Kicking the night off with a bang was Toronto’s own, white-shirt clad, Dancing With Paris. Definitely the heaviest of the night, these boys always put on a good show and never disappoint. DWP’s set had a good mix of old favourites and tracks off their new album, The Drought.
If you’re looking for a hardcore band with poppy choruses and super-heavy riffs, look no further than Dancing With Paris. The band achieves their heavy tones with the help of some 8-string guitars; check out what guitarist Andrew Wilson had to say about his Ibanez RG2228 Prestige 8-String axe.
On January 14, 2010 Dancing With Paris opened up for Kingdoms and We Came As Romans at one of the very last shows at the infamous three-floor venue known as The Big Bop in downtown Toronto, ON. Spencer Matulaitis was there to hang out with the Dancing With Paris boys to talk about upcoming shows, what 2010 holds for the band and share a few jokes about their eclectic audience.