Carcass, Youth Of Today, Daughters, Etc. Added To 2020 Oblivion Access Festival

More artists have been added to the 2020 Oblivion Access festival. The event will take place on June 5-7 at Barracuda, Empire Control Room & Garage, and Mohawk in Austin, TX and it will now feature: Carcass, Youth Of Today, Daughters, Swans, Autopsy, Duster, Converge, Zola Jesus, Vio-lence, Lil Ugly Mane, Repulsion, A Place To Bury Strangers, Melt-Banana, Windhand, Coven, Despise You, Mike, Uniform & The Body (collaborative set), Anna Von Hausswolff, Kool Keith, Cough, Thou, Wormrot, Ringworm, Acid Witch, True Widow, Bastard Noise, Fury, Primitive Man, Mizmor, Uniform, Hell, Boan, Yellow Eyes, Big Brave, Candy, Troller, Vermin Womb, Elizabeth Colour Wheel, Outer Heaven, Immortal Bird, Portrayal Of Guilt, Creeping Death, Judiciary, Acid Fab, Ulthar, Vile Creature, Many Blessings, Sub Oslo, Grivo, Saintpeeler, Blank Hellscape, Private Service, Shitbag, and Wolfie Warship.

Danzig To Perform “Danzig III: How The Gods Kill” In Full At 2018 Psycho Las Vegas Festival

Danzig has been confirmed as one of the headliners for the 2018 Psycho Las Vegas festival, which is set to take place at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, NV on August 17-19. He will be performing “Danzig III: How The Gods Kill” in its entirety along with other hits.

The event will also feature all of the following: Dimmu Borgir, The Hellacopters, Witchcraft, Sunn O))), Godflesh, Enslaved, High On Fire, American Nightmare, CKY, Red Fang, Rocket From The Crypt, Goblin, Boris, Venom Inc., Eyehategod, Zakk Sabbath, Tinariwen, Pallbearer, Integrity, With The Dead, Church Of Misery, Voidvod, Coven, Lucifer, S U R V I V E, Dopethrone, Helms Alee, Big Business, Monolord, Today Is The Day, Mutoid Man, Indian, Unearthly Trance, Batushka, All Pigs Must Die, Acid Witch, Spirit Adrift, Primitive Man, Wormwitch, Eight Bells, Cloak, Dvne, Magic Sword, Wolvhammer, Necrot, Homewrecker, Brain Tentacles, Aseethe, Disastroid, Uada, Ghastly Sound, Dreadnought, King Buffalo, Forming The Void, Howling Giant, Venomous Maximus, Glaare, Black Mare, The Munsens, Night Horse, and Temple Of Void.

Andrew W.K, Nicke Andersson (Entombed, The Hellacopters), and Johanna Sadonis (Lucifer) will also serve as guest DJs as well.

Furthermore, Wolves In The Throne Room, Elder, Fireball Ministry, Dengue Fever, and Toke will play the pre-show pool party on August 16.

Dimmu Borgir, The Hellacopters, Witchcraft, Godflesh, Etc. Set For 2018 Psycho Las Vegas Festival

A whole bunch of artists have been added to the 2018 Psycho Las Vegas. The event will take place at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, NV on August 17-19 and will now feature all of the following: Dimmu Borgir, The Hellacopters, Witchcraft, Sunn O))), Godflesh, Enslaved, High On Fire, American Nightmare, CKY, Red Fang, Rocket From The Crypt, Goblin, Boris, Venom Inc., Eyehategod, Zakk Sabbath, Tinariwen, Pallbearer, Integrity, With The Dead, Church Of Misery, Voidvod, Coven, Lucifer, S U R V I V E, Dopethrone, Helms Alee, Big Business, Monolord, Today Is The Day, Mutoid Man, Indian, Unearthly Trance, Batushka, All Pigs Must Die, Acid Witch, Spirit Adrift, Primitive Man, Wormwitch, Eight Bells, Cloak, Dvne, Magic Sword, Wolvhammer, Necrot, Homewrecker, Brain Tentacles, Aseethe, Disastroid, Uada, Ghastly Sound, Dreadnought, King Buffalo, Forming The Void, Howling Giant, Venomous Maximus, Glaare, Black Mare, The Munsens, Night Horse, and Temple Of Void.

Andrew W.K, Nicke Andersson (Entombed, The Hellacopters), and Johanna Sadonis (Lucifer) will also serve as guest DJs as well. Furthermore, Wolves In The Throne Room, Elder, Young And In The Way, Fireball Ministry, Dengue Fever, and Toke will play the pre-show pool party on August 16.

More Bands Added To 2018 Maryland Deathfest

More bands have been added to the 2018 Maryland Deathfest. The festival will take place May 24-27 in Baltimore, MD at Rams Head Live & Baltimore Soundstage, and newly added acts include: My Dying Bride, Misþyrming, Dødheimsgard, Viscera Infest, Arkhon Infaustus, Mantar, Mortal Decay, Pavel Chekov, Torn The Fuck Apart, Fluoride, Bandit, Neolithic, and Bestial Evil. Previously announced acts include: Cognizant, Cripple Bastards, Defeated Sanity, Dusk, Gateway To Hell, Gonkulator, Helmet, Horrible Earth, Integrity, Khemmis, Master’s Hammer, Pessimist, Petrification, Pure Hiss, Pig Destroyer, The Ruins Of Beverast, Suffering Hour, Today Is The Day (“Temple Of The Morning Star“ set), and Violation Wound, -(16)-, Abhomine, Bloodbath, Blood Incantation, Broken Hope, Coven, Chthe’ilist, Destroyed in Seconds, Dead Infection, Durian, Enemy Soil, Evoken, Eyehategod, God Dethroned, Gutted, Lord Gore, Opera IX, Phrenelith, Ritual Necromancy, Sadistic Intent, Sinister, Sublime Cadaveric Decomposition, Ufomammut, Wormrot, and Zemial.

Helmet, Pig Destroyer, Etc. Added To 2018 Maryland Deathfest

More bands have been added to the 2018 Maryland Deathfest. The festival will take place May 24-27 in Baltimore, MD at Rams Head Live & Baltimore Soundstage, and newly added acts include: Cognizant, Cripple Bastards, Defeated Sanity, Dusk, Gateway To Hell, Gonkulator, Helmet, Horrible Earth, Integrity, Khemmis, Master’s Hammer, Pessimist, Petrification, Pure Hiss, Pig Destroyer, The Ruins Of Beverast, Suffering Hour, Today Is The Day (“Temple Of The Morning Star“ set), and Violation Wound. Previously announced acts include: -(16)-, Abhomine, Bloodbath, Blood Incantation, Broken Hope, Coven, Chthe’ilist, Destroyed in Seconds, Dead Infection, Durian, Enemy Soil, Evoken, Eyehategod, God Dethroned, Gutted, Lord Gore, Opera IX, Phrenelith, Ritual Necromancy, Sadistic Intent, Sinister, Sublime Cadaveric Decomposition, Ufomammut, Wormrot, and Zemial.

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Bloodbath, Eyehategod, Broken Hope, Etc. Set For 2018 Maryland Deathfest

The initial lineup has been revealed for the 2018 Maryland Deathfest. The festival will take place May 24-27 in Baltimore, MD at Rams Head Live & Baltimore Soundstage, and will include: -(16)-, Abhomine, Bloodbath, Blood Incantation, Broken Hope, Coven, Chthe’ilist, Destroyed in Seconds, Dead Infection, Durian, Enemy Soil, Evoken, Eyehategod, God Dethroned, Gutted, Lord Gore, Opera IX, Phrenelith, Ritual Necromancy, Sadistic Intent, Sinister, Sublime Cadaveric Decomposition, Ufomammut, Wormrot, and Zemial.

Baroness, Coven, Etc. Set For 2017 Roadburn Festival, John Baizley To Serve As Festival Curator

The first artists have been announced for the 2017 Roadburn Festival. The event will take place at the 013 in Tilburg, NET on April 20-23, and so far the daily lineups include:

April 20: Coven (reunion show)

April 21: Baroness, Zeal & Ardor, Shacmmasch (performing “Triangle“), and Perturbator

April 22: Warning (reunion show) (performing “Watching From A Distance“), and Oranssi Pazuzu

April 23rd: Les Discrets, and Pillorian

GNOD will also be on hand as the ‘artist in residence’, with four special sets planned.

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In other news, Baroness’ John Baizley has been revealed as the 2017 curator. He said the following about that:

“Over the course of my career, as musician and visual artist, I have come to realize that the Roadburn Festival, 013 Venue, and city of Tilburg have become a critical and integral part of my yearly routine. Both the festival, and so many of the wonderful people who work diligently throughout the year on the festival have, over time, become very dear friends of mine, helping make the Tilburg and Roadburn a real home-away-from-home for both myself and our band.

Baroness got one of our first real opportunities to play to a larger, welcoming crowd playing the main stage at 013 Venue in 2009 (the recording of which was included on a deluxe version of Blue Record, I held my first international art exhibition as the resident artist at Tilburg’s Gust Van Dijk Gallery during Roadburn 2013, and it seems I’ve played just about every stage in Tilburg at some point or another. While on tour, Baroness regularly stops in Tilburg on our days off to visit our friends, many of whom we met on our first European tour in 2006. In short, Baroness and I have always felt a very strong connection to the organizers, fans, and spirit of Roadburn.

It is with great excitement that Roadburn and I are announcing my upcoming involvement as the curator of Roadburn 2017. It is such a high honor to have even been considered for the role; I feel genuinely privileged to have fostered so many wonderful relationships within the microcosmic-world that surrounds this incredibly unique festival. Without revealing anything too specific concerning the lineup, the groundwork that Walter and I have laid already is staggering, both in its scope and diversity.

I never dreamed that I’d get to communicate with, let alone invite and present so many incredible bands during this one consolidated musical event. I am proud to have the opportunity to showcase so many of those artists, who have had an indelible impact on my own work, so many esteemed friends and tour-mates, and people/ bands with whom so many in our community share fundamental creative ideals.

Additionally, it is yet further honor to have been offered the headlining slot at 013’s main stage on Friday night. When Baroness formed in ’02/’03, we could never have foreseen anything like this; and when I look at this upcoming year (with as much perspective as I am able), it’s obvious how enormous the network of support we’ve been granted has been; and how much back-breaking work has been done by our crew, our team, our friends, and our fans, such that we are able to attend and play a festival in this fashion.

I know I speak for Baroness when I extend a deeply heartfelt “thank you” to everyone who has offered us any type of support over the past 15 years. Every step forward has been painstaking and not without sacrifice, and I/we would like to show our utmost gratitude to any and all who’ve helped us along the way. We will be piecing together a very special set for Roadburn 2017, one which we hope will highlight our history with this festival and our shared history as a band.”