Get your cheap Metric tickets today! The Canadian rock band is launching the "I Can See The End" tour in 2016 in support of their 2015 album, Pagans in Vegas. Making over 20 stops across the United States throughout February and March, you don’t want to miss Metric when they come to a venue in a city near you! Take a look at the schedule below and buy your Metric tickets today to see them live in 2016!
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Mar 22, 2016
|Metric & Death Cab for Cutie||St Catharines, Canada|
Mar 23, 2016
|Metric & Death Cab for Cutie||Toronto, Canada|
Air Canada Centre
Mar 24, 2016
|Metric & Death Cab for Cutie||London, Canada|
Mar 27, 2016
|Metric & Death Cab for Cutie||Winnipeg, Canada|
Mar 28, 2016
|Metric & Death Cab for Cutie||Regina, Canada|
Conexus Arts Centre
Mar 29, 2016
|Metric & Death Cab for Cutie||Edmonton, Canada|
Mar 30, 2016
|Metric & Death Cab for Cutie||Calgary, Canada|
Apr 01, 2016
|Metric & Death Cab for Cutie||Vancouver, Canada|
UBC Thunderbird Arena
|Current Tour:||"I Can See The End"|
|Discography:|| Old World Underground, Where Are You Now? (2003)
Live It Out (2005)
Grow Up and Blow Away (2007)
Pagans in Vegas (2015)
After going three years without releasing an album, Metric released their sixth studio album, Pagans in Vegas on September 18, 2015. Pagans in Vegas’s first single, “The Shade” was released in May 2015. The album peaked at #36 on the US Billboard 200 and #13 on the US Top Rock Albums Chart.
In support of Pagans in Vegas, Metric is launching the “I Can See The End" tour in 2016. Opening at the House of Blues in Chicago on February 12, the “I Can See The End” tour will make 24 stops across the United States, including shows at Moore Theatre in Seattle, Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City, and The Pageant in St. Louis, before wrapping up on March 17 at Orpheum Theatre in Boston. Metric tickets are going fast, so make sure you get yours soon to see them on tour this winter.
Metric is a Canadian indie rock band that was formed in Toronto in 1998, consisting of Emily Haines on lead vocals, James Shaw on guitar, Joshua Winstead on bass, and Joules Scott-Key on percussion.
Emily Haines and James Shaw met in Toronto in 1997, where the two soon began dating and writing songs together. In 1998, the duo self-released the EP, Mainstream EP. After spending time in London, where they had signed a publishing deal with Chrysalis Records, the two moved to New York and recorded the album Grow Up and Blow Away in 2001, however, the album’s release was delayed for years by Restless Records, and was not released until 2007.
After Metric finished recording Grown Up and Blow Away, they recruited two new bandmates, Winstead and Scott-Key. In 2003, Metric released their first studio album, Old World Underground, Where Are You Now? through Last Gang Records. The album featured the singles “Combat Baby” and “Dead Disco” and was given 3.5 stars out of a 5 star rating by Allmusic.
Since the release of their debut album, Metric has gone on to release a total of six albums, with Synthetica being the most popular. Released in 2012, Synthetica peaked at #12 on the US Billboard 200 and reached #1 on the US Alternative Albums chart.