Alexisonfire bringing back the screamo to Rogers Place Jan. 22

  Edmonton Journal 

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This could be anywhere in the world, but Alexisonfire is returning here — to Edmonton — at Rogers Place, January 22. In case you didn’t catch the song reference, the ensemble emo-screamo group will also dive into their hot-and-cold catalogue with hits potentially including Rough Hands, Dog’s Blood, Boiled Frogs, Waterwings or any other number […]

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