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No Juno for Anciients

The Anciients are made up of (left to right) Kenny Cook, Chris Dyck, Mike Hannay, and Aaron Gustafson. - Thuja Knox
The Anciients are made up of (left to right) Kenny Cook, Chris Dyck, Mike Hannay, and Aaron Gustafson.
— image credit: Thuja Knox

Local band The Anciients didn't get the nod at the Juno Awards this past Sunday.

The band – which is comprised of two Mission men, Chris Dyck and Ken Cook, along with Aaron Gustafson and Mike Hannay – were nominated for the best metal/hard music album of the year, with their record, Heart of Oak.

Edging out the competition was Protest the Hero, which took the honour for its album Volition.

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