Predictability is an environment best swam in by the schools of the tired and the useless. Boring, mainstream driven tripe, forgettable and best avoided all together. Man with Target on the other hand are easily exempt from these classes and when seen live will leave an indelible imprint on one\'s memory. "...it sounded like a garbage truck...thrown off The Empire State Building!\' -Large Marge If one could properly tune the sound of office buildings collapsing onto a glass factory they would only be approaching the crushing audio sandblast ratcheted together here. Marbling surgically executed metal riffage to straight ahead hoodiecore, punched in screaming guitar solo Dimebaggery and (dare I say) the odd bright melodic interlude Man with Target flex their musical prowess keenly and (seemingly) effortlessly. Welded together and delivered with vocals likened only to that of a heated debate between a coke addled barking drill Sargent and a sensitive, boot camp wary Private there\'s no telling where one MWT song will take you (or what shape you\'ll be in once it\'s done). \'...all f***ing hell is gonna break loose! \' - Colonel John Matrix Having just completed their latest studio effort Speaking Bitterness this summer, Man with Target has raised the bar to an incredibly unattainable level for any band they\'ll be sharing the stage with as they tour relentlessly across Canada. Having previously destabilized the same bill with such acts as I Hate Sally (Underground Operations), Alexisonfire (Distort Entertainment), Ion Dissonance (Abacus Records), Threat Signal (Nuclear Blast Records), Closet Monster (Underground Operations), The End (Relapse Records), Protest the Hero (Underground Operations), The Reason (Smallman Records) and Despised Icon (Century Media) MWT is both pit seasoned and van hardened.