Lionsault release video recapping recent tour of Eastern Canada

Lionsault release video recapping recent tour of Eastern Canada

Maritime hard rockers Lionsault consisting of lead vocalist / bassist Kortni Nicols, drummer Chase Nicols and guitarist Cody Ramsdale have released a video recapping their recent tour of Eastern Canada from October 27, 2018 to November 9, 2018.

Sleaze Roxx attended Lionsault‘s tour stop at the Rhythm & Brews Brewing Company in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada on November 3, 2018 and stated in its concert review:

“With only one album under their belt, Lionsault played a mix of songs from their debut are you feeling lucky? and some new songs including the song “Witch Hunt” for which they released a video for last year. I was surprised that Lionsault‘s song “In The Wild” was not included in the set given that the track served as the official goal song for the hockey team Moncton Wildcats from the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. In any case, the new songs such as “Voodoo Killer,” “Death From Above” and the interestingly named “This Is Not A Radio Hit” — most of which I was hearing for the first time — sounded really good on a first listen. They seemed to have a bigger chorus section than the band’s songs from the debut album. I was also pleased that Lionsault were playing a longer set than when I previously seen them two years ago. Eleven songs compared to seven makes a big difference! Perhaps Lionsault won some new fans because they did receive quite a bit of unexpected applause from the various patrons in the back whom I suspect were not expecting a live plugged band to be playing at Rhythm & Brews Brewing Company on this night.”

Lionsault‘s Fall Tour Recap video:

Lionsault Fall Tour Recap

A collection of videos taken while on our recent string of fall dates. Newfoundland tour video coming soon, stay tuned. 10/27 – Summerside, PEI – The Silver Fox 11/1 – Barrie, ON – The Foxx Lounge 11/2 – Brantford, ON – Club NV 11/3 – Cambridge, ON – Rhythm & Brews 11/4 – Toronto, ON – Bovine Sex Club 11/5 – Montreal, QC – Crobar 11/9 – St.