Big Wreck Rocked First Ontario Concert Hall Canada

Popular Canadian-American rock band Big Wreck performed onstage in Hamilton at First Ontario Concert Hall to support their new well-received album called ‘…But For The Sun‘.

BigWreck performing ... but for the sun in Hamilton, Canada

BigWreck performing … But For The Sun in Hamilton, Canada. Photo: Brent Perniac for Ikon London Magazine

The band’s debut album, 1997’s In Loving Memory, featured hit singles like “Blown Wide Open,” The Oaf” and “That Song” and went double-platinum in Canada. After finding initial success in the 90s and shortly thereafter disbanding, the band returned, led by Big Wreck mastermind Ian Thornley, in 2012 and have enjoyed a surprisingly even more successful second life. 

BigWreck performing ... But For The Sun in Hamilton, Canada. Photo: Brent Perniac for Ikon London Magazine

BigWreck performing … But For The Sun in Hamilton, Canada. Photo: Brent Perniac for Ikon London Magazine

While the previous album Grace Street saw the band use more clean tones and acoustic guitars, the new album definitely leans more towards heavy guitars and more edge. The production has the drums out in front and loud. This is the heaviest album the band has produced since their return.

BigWreck performing ... But For The Sun in Hamilton, Canada. Photo: Brent Perniac for Ikon London Magazine

BigWreck performing … But For The Sun in Hamilton, Canada. Photo: Brent Perniac for Ikon London Magazine

 

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BigWreck performing ... But For The Sun in Hamilton, Canada. Photo: Brent Perniac for Ikon London Magazine

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