Witchcraft, Shellac, Orange Goblin, Etc. Set For 2022 Desertfest

The lineup has been revealed for the 2022 Desertfest. The event will take place in the Camden district of London, England on April 29 – May 1 and the daily lineups can be found below.

April 29:

Electric Ballroom: Steak (After Party), Witchcraft, Corrosion Of Conformity, Truckfighters, Lowrider, and Mos Generator.

The Underworld: Integrity, Petbrick, Switchblade, Coltsblood, Blacklab, and Blind Monarch.

Powerhuas (Formerly Dingwalls): Gnod, Hey Collosus, Slift, Bonnacons Of Doom, and Shuck.

Black Heart: Spirit Adrift, Seven Sisters, Inhuman Nature, Dungeon, Aggressive Perfector, and Gevaudan.

The Devonshire Arms: Alunah, The Brothers Keg, Black Orchids, Dunes, and The Lunar Effect.

April 30:

Roundhouse: Shellac, Pissed Jeans, Elder, Part Chimp, and Elephant Tree.

Electric Ballroom: Orange Goblin, Earthless, Stoner, My Sleeping Karma, and Wino.

The Underworld: Khemmis, Hangman’s Chair, Deathrite, Green Lung, Konvent, and King Witch.

Black Heart: Josiah, Maidavale, Grotto, Fire Down Below, Your Highness, and Orbital Junction.

The Devonshire Arms: Gurt, Slomosa, Purple Kong, A Gazillion Angry Mexicans, and Lacertilia.

May 1:

Roundhouse: Electric Wizard, Yob, Eyehategod, The Obsessed, and Conan.

The Underworld: Ten Foot Wizard (After Party), Somali Yacht Club, Sacri Monti, Huntsmen, Desert Storm, Trippy Wicked, and Morag Tong.

Black Heart: Opium Lord, Human Leather, Shrykull, Tides Of Sulfur, Under, and Remote Viewing.

The Devonshire Arms: 1782, Urne, Wolftooth, Wallowing, and Grey Brain.

Disturbed’s Performance Of “The Sound Of Silence” Becomes First “Conan” YouTube Clip To Get Over 100 Million Views

Disturbed performed their cover of Simon & Garfunkel’s “The Sound Of Silence” on “Conan” back on March 28, 2016 and the clip has gone on to surpass 100 million views on YouTube. According to Conan O’Brien, this is the first clip from his show to hit that milestone.

Andrew W.K. Premieres “Music Is Worth Living For” Music Video

Andrew W.K. has premiered a new video for his song “Music Is Worth Living For.” This track is from his latest album “You’re Not Alone.” The singer commented:

“‘Music Is Worth Living For’ finds me and my band in the throes of a colossal vision quest. Determined to party harder than ever, we steel ourselves against alien elements and battle a formless but formidable storm. Multiplying myself, I attempt to transcend the whirling void by engaging in a series of flailing spiritual maneuvers, vainly wrestling with the emptiness of my own soul. Alas, I discover I had already been consumed by my own triumphantly pathetic creation. And at this moment of devastatingly poignant clarity, I realize I’m back where I started, trapped inside the hardest party of all: Being alive.”

In other news, W.K. will also be making an appearance on the April 24 episode of “Conan,” and he currently has the following shows booked:

April 19 – Portsmouth, U.K. @ Wedgewood Rooms
April 20 – Manchester, U.K. @ O2 Ritz
April 21 – Glasgow, U.K. @ Garage
April 28 – Jacksonville, Fla. @ Welcome to Rockville Festival
April 29 – Tampa, Fla. @ The Orpheum Theatre
May 01 – Pensacola, Fla. @Vinyl Music Hall
May 03 – Birmingham, Ala. @ Saturn
May 04 – Concord, N.C. @ Carolina Rebellion Festival
May 05 – Atlanta, Ga. @ Shaky Knees Festival
May 08 – Louisville, Ky. @ Diamond Pub
May 09 – Indianapolis, Ind. @ Hi- Fi Lounge
May 10 – Grand Rapids, Mich. @ Pyramid Scheme
May 11 – Maquoketa, Iowa @ Codfish Hollow
May 12 – Chicago, Ill. @ The Vic
May 13 – Somerset, Wis. @ Northern Invasion Festival
May 15 – Rochester, N.Y. @ Montage Music Hall
May 16 – Toronto, Ontario @ Opera House
May 17 – Boston, Mass. @ Paradise
May 18 – New York, N.Y. @ Irving Plaza
May 19 – Columbus, Ohio @ Rock On The Range Festival
May 20 – Washington, D.C. @ 9:30 Club
May 21 – Philadelphia, Pa. @ Union Transfer
May 22 – Millvale, Pa. @ Mr. Smalls
May 24 – St. Louis, Mo. @ Delmar Hall
May 25 – Pryor, Okla. @ Rocklahoma
Aug. 18 – Las Vegas, Nev. @ Psycho Las Vegas
Sept. 04 – Phoenix, Ariz. @ The Crescent Ballroom
Sept. 05 – Los Angeles, Calif. @ The Fonda Theatre
Sept. 06 – San Francisco, Calif. @ The Fillmore
Sept. 07 – Portland, Ore. @ Revolution Hall
Sept. 08 – Seattle, Wash. @ The Showbox @ The Market
Sept. 09 – Vancouver, British Columbia @ Imperial
Sept. 11 – Calgary, Alberta @ Dickens Pub
Sept. 13 – Winnipeg, Manitoba @ The Park Theatre
Sept. 14 – Minneapolis, Minn. @ Varsity Theatre
Sept. 18 – Des Moines, Iowa @ Wooly’s
Sept. 19 – Kansas City, Mo. @ RecordBar
Sept. 21 – Dallas, Texas @ Tree’s
Sept. 22 – Austin, Texas @ The Mohawk
Sept. 23 – Houston, Texas @ White Oak Music Hall Downstairs
Sept. 25 – Nashville, Tenn. @ The Basement East
Sept. 26 – Durham, N.C. @ Motorco
Sept. 27 – Atlanta, Ga. @ Terminal West
Sept. 28 – Orlando, Fla. @ The Beacham

Mastodon’s “Conan” Performance Gets Rescheduled

Mastodon were supposed to play “Show Yourself” on “Conan” tonight (May 25), but it looks like the performance had to be rescheduled. The band tweeted the following: