Godflesh, YOB, Chat Pile, Etc. Set For 2023 Oblivion Access Festival

The first set of bands have been revealed for this year’s Oblivion Access festival. The event will take place in Austin, TX on June 15-18 and it will feature the following: Godflesh, Tim Hecker, Lil Ugly Mane, Have A Nice Life, Ludicra, RXK Nephew, YOB, Chat Pile, Final, Jerome’s Dream, Planning For Burial, Mamaleek, Sissys Spacek, Bosse de Nage, Lucas Abella, Drowse, Sprain, Ragana, Coi_n, Agriculture, Crawl, Parasiticide, Private Hellscape, God Shell, and Shelly Knicks.

Cave In, Imperial Triumphant, Pupil Slicer, Etc. Added To 2023 Roadburn Festival

More bands have been added to next year’s Roadburn Festival. As previously reported, that event will take place at the 013 in Tilburg, Netherlands on April 20-23.

Newly announced artists include:

  • Boy Harsher (performing a regular set and a DJ set)
  • Cave In (performing “Heavy Pendulum” and an ‘Interstellar Mixtape’ set)
  • Sangre de Muerdago (artist in residence)
  • TROUNCE (centred around Hummus Records and the Swiss underground) (commissioned)
  • White Ward (performing “False Light“)
  • Imperial Triumphant (performing “Spirit Of Ecstasy“)
  • Wayfarer (performing special ‘A High Plains Eulogy‘ set)
  • Circuit des Yeux
  • Jerusalem In My Heart
  • Karthyrn Joseph
  • Broeder Dieleman
  • Judasz & Nahimana (performing “Récits d’outre-monde“)
  • Pupil Slicer
  • Ad Nauseam (performing “Imperative Imperceptible Impulse“)
  • Decline Of The I
  • Ossaert
  • Shagor
  • Deathless Void

Previously announced artists include:

  • Deafheaven (performing “Sunbather” & “Infinite Granite“)
  • Julie Christmas
  • David Eugene Edwards
  • Wolves In The Throne Room (performing “Shadow Moon Kingdom“)
  • Brutus
  • Big ‡ Brave (performing “Nature Morte“)
  • Giles Corey
  • Chat Pile
  • Candy (performing “Heaven Is Here“)
  • KEN mode
  • Show Me The Body
  • Burst
  • Norna

Furthermore, JOHN CXNNOR will be performing “All My Future’s Past” as part of a commissioned project. Festival organizers have also partnered with Schouwburg Tilburg for an off-programme event called “Dance of the Seven Veils.” That show will feature music from Colin H. Van Eeckhout (CHVE, Amenra), Pieter-Jan Van Assche (Innerwoud), and soprano Astrid Stockman.

Lingua Ignota And Chat Pile Announce February North American Tour

Lingua Ignota and Chat Pile have announced a February North American tour. The trek will serve as Lingua Ignota’s final West Coast run. Here’s the dates:

02/17 Portland, OR – The Star Theater
02/18 Vancouver, BC – Rickshaw Theatre
02/19 Seattle, WA – The Crocodile
02/22 Salt Lake City, UT – The State Room
02/24 Denver, CO – The Stanley Hotel
02/25 Denver, CO – The Stanley Hotel

Deafheaven, Wolves In The Throne Room, Candy, Etc. Set For 2023 Roadburn Festival

Next year’s edition of the Roadburn Festival has officially been announced. The event will take place at 013 in Tilburg, Netherlands on April 20-23.

Here’s the lineup:

  • Deafheaven (performing “Sunbather” & “Infinite Granite“)
  • Julie Christmas
  • David Eugene Edwards
  • Wolves In The Throne Room (performing “Shadow Moon Kingdom“)
  • Brutus
  • Big ‡ Brave (performing “Nature Morte“)
  • Giles Corey
  • Chat Pile
  • Candy (performing “Heaven Is Here“)
  • KEN mode
  • Show Me The Body
  • Burst
  • Norna

Furthermore, JOHN CXNNOR will be performing “All My Future’s Past” as part of a commissioned project.

Festival organizers have also partnered with Schouwburg Tilburg for an off-programme event called “Dance of the Seven Veils.” That show will feature music from Colin H. Van Eeckhout (CHVE, Amenra), Pieter-Jan Van Assche (Innerwoud), and soprano Astrid Stockman.

Artistic director Walter Hoeijmakers commented:

“We are very thrilled to see Roadburn 2023 coming together, especially in a world turned upside down and all the challenges facing the live music industry. Roadburn 2023 is shaping up to be a very exciting edition of the festival even while navigating the underground post-pandemic.

This year’s Roadburn won’t see a curator as there are so many obstacles and pitfalls to overcome; it would be hard for a curator to fully realise their artistic and musical dreams. We at Roadburn will make sure the 2023 edition will be as adventurous and explorational as always, and it will be an anchor point as usual. It will be a very current edition, reflecting the world as it is now.”