Photos: Protest The Hero at The Mod Club

When it comes down to it, PROTEST THE HERO’s Kezia is a timeless piece of Toronto’s history. Their 2005 debut album is right up there with Watch Out! and The Chemistry Of Common Life, and while it’s a record that has its accolades, it’s also one that fans will never forget. That’s why the band’s 10th anniversary tour hit a major high at The Mod Club on Sunday (December 6th) — bringing together friends, family, and Guelph’s MANDROID ECHOSTAR for a night that started with “No Stars Over Bethlehem” and eventually ended with pure bliss. It’s hard to put it all into words but luckily photography is a medium that society still uses. If you missed the show, check out our photo gallery above via Matt Jumper.

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