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Gallery: All The Sweat, Stagediving And Insanity Of Cancer Bats Live In London

See if you can find your arm / leg / head / whatever in there somewhere…

So, you know how the brilliant Cancer Bats came to London and took up a four-night residency at The Underworld, celebrating the 10-year anniversary of Hail Destroyer? That was a lot of fun. And sweat. And chaos. if you were there, you’ll know. If not, damn it sucks to be you. 

Then again, whether you were or you weren’t, you’ll be wanting to scope these awesome shots K! snapper Andy Ford took on the final night on Friday. It was a party, as the pics prove.

While you’re here, maybe grab a copy of the band’s brand new album, The Spark That Moves and remember to stick these dates in your diary when the hellraising Toronto quartet make their return to our shores.

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Photos: Andy Ford

Cancer Bats’ new album The Spark That Moves is out now on Bat Skull Records. Give it a spin below.

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