“Blackwater” to open in Canada, U.S. on July 12

It’s been nearly two years since “BlackWater,” the American band that formed in 2012, released its debut album and has already toured the globe.

Now the band is coming to Canada, a country that has been hit hard by the opioid crisis.

The band will play its first show in Canada this week at the Ryerson University Theatre in Toronto, and will play more in the coming weeks, with dates in cities including Montreal, Ottawa, Winnipeg and Edmonton.

“It’s a really exciting time to be playing this country,” the band’s frontman Brandon Gabbard told CBC News in a phone interview.

I don’t feel like it’s time to move’ ‘I don�t feel like we have to leave this place’ “It�s been a hard time for us, as far as the past couple of years,” Gabbadard said. “

I’m very grateful for all the support that’s been offered to us and to the fans that have supported us, and we look forward to getting back out on the road in the near future.”‘

I don’t feel like it’s time to move’ ‘I don�t feel like we have to leave this place’ “It�s been a hard time for us, as far as the past couple of years,” Gabbadard said.

“There’s been a lot of ups and downs and a lot going on.

“It’s not just going to be a one-time thing, like it was in the past, and there’s a lot that we still need to be able to do. “

“As long as I’m able to stay in a band and I don�s be able do the things that I need to do to keep it going, it�s not just a matter of getting it right one time, it’s a matter that�s going to change every day.” The band�s first Canadian tour date is set for July 12 at Ryerson’s Auditorium Theatre in downtown Toronto. “

The show will be followed by a two-night run in Toronto on July 23 and 24. “

As long as I’m able to stay in a band and I don�s be able do the things that I need to do to keep it going, it�s not just a matter of getting it right one time, it’s a matter that�s going to change every day.” The band�s first Canadian tour date is set for July 12 at Ryerson’s Auditorium Theatre in downtown Toronto.

The show will be followed by a two-night run in Toronto on July 23 and 24.

“The show will take place in two nights and the night after that will be a two night run,” the organization said in a statement.

“Tickets for the Ryestare are available now, and the show is sold out.”

The event will also be streamed online and Facebook Live, the Facebook-owned streaming service, will allow the public to listen to the concert live.

CBC News contacted the Rystadian, but the organization did not respond to an email or phone message.

“I don`t feel as if we have a time or a place right now to move, and so it�ll be a really big deal for us to be back out there,” Gammadard told reporters.

The musician said he is hoping to play more dates with the band before it opens in Canada.

“If we can play more shows in Canada than we did here, it will be great,” he said.

He said he doesn�t know how many shows he can make in Canada before he has to move on.

Gammadadard has said he plans to make another solo album.

“My last record was a solo thing, but I think I�m kind of getting there,” he told CBC Radio�s Edmonton AM on Wednesday.

I don’t have a record yet. “

This is the most important thing to me.

I don’t have a record yet.

I�ve got a lot more to do.”

“It�ll just be a matter where I need time,” he added.

On Friday, the band released its new music video for its song “I Don’t Feel Like It�s Time to Move.”

It features a band of children in a video game, with a message about what they want to be when they grow up.

The video was shot with a digital camera in Toronto and features actors from “The Little Ones” film.

It is the first video the band has released in six years.