"R.A.T.S.", the new video from Canadian metallers CANCER BATS, can be seen below. The song — which features guest vocals from Rob Urbinati of SACRIFICE — comes off the band's fourth full-length album, "Dead Set On Living", which was released in the U.S. in April 2012 via Metal Blade Records.
Night of the beasts this Tuesday on Gagarin205 and prehistoric dogs meet with bats from hell to give us a full scale animalistic experience! I arrived at the venue moments after Cancer Bats had released their merciless assault on the Greek audience’s ears and I was taken aback from the vast attendance on such an early point of the concert. I’m talking about 800-850 people in a 1000 people maximum venue!
But after I started realizing what I was seeing, I also realized what a fool I had been thinking that someone would deliberately miss Cancer Bats’s set. These guys were out of this planet! The lead singer’s performance was the essence of the phrase “human tornado”. He was explosive, so energetic that at some point I caught myself thinking that if he keeps going like that for the rest of their set, he is definitely getting a heart attack. Luckily for all of us, he didn’t. He kept jumping up and down all the time, running across the stage when not singing,
Just a few days before Cancer Bats' shows with Red Fang in Greece, Metalpaths found the chance to talk with Liam Cormier, the vocalist of the "Bats". In our short chat, Liam talks about Bat Sabbath project, new Black Sabbath song "Gos Is Dead", music influences, future plans and touring mentioning that he can't wait to come back to Greece...