More Bands Added To 2022 This Is Hardcore Festival

More bands have been added to the 2022 This Is Hardcore festival. The event will take place in Philadelphia, PA on July 7-10 and the updated daily lineups can be found below:

July 7 (Underground Arts): H2O, Sunami, Skarhead, Carried By Six, Hold My Own, Kharma, Glove’s Off, Zero Trust, Kings Never Die, Honey, and Cycle Of Abuse.

July 8 (Underground Arts): Merauder, Section H8, Queensway, Punishment, Hoods, Hangman, Varials, The World, Hesitate, Risk, and Fool’s Game.

July 9 (Franklin Music Hall): Hatebreed (“Perseverance“ 20th anniversary set), Madball, Fury Of Five, Killing Time, All Out War, Wisdom In Chains, Ringworm, Drain, Never Ending Game, Pain Of Truth, Mushmouth, Powerhouse, Strength For A Reason, Age Of Apocalypse, End It, Simulakra, Live It Down, Off The Tracks, Hostilities, and Reaching Out.

July 10 (Franklin Music Hall): Thursday (“Full Collapse“ 21st anniversary set), Terror, Comeback Kid, Misery Signals, Leeway NYC, GridIron, SeeYouSpaceCowboy, Year Of The Knife, Regulate, One Step Closer, Life’s Question, Shackled, Raw Brigade, MH Chaos, Seed Of Pain, Chemical Fix, Combust, End, Struck Nerve, and Foreign Hands.

Hatebreed, Thursday, Madball, Etc. Set For 2022 This Is Hardcore Fest

The initial lineup has been revealed for the 2022 This Is Hardcore Fest. The event will take place at Franklin Music Hall & Underground Arts in Philadelphia, PA on July 8-10 and it will feature: Hatebreed (celebrating 20 years of “Perseverance“), Thursday (celebrating 21 years of “Full Collapse“), Madball, Comeback Kid, Merauder, Fury Of Five, Killing Time, Misery Signals, Drain, All Out War, Leeway, Wisdom In Chains, and Ringworm.

Megadeth Planning To Release “Killing Time” Single “Any Day Now”

During a recent appearance on SiriusXM’s “Trunk Nation With Eddie Trunk,” Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine revealed that the band are planning to release a new song, titled “Killing Time,” in the near future. That track is from the group’s new album, “The Sick, The Dying… And The Dead!,” which is currently expected to be released on July 8.

Mustaine said the following:

“We know that the whole entire thing is scheduled for July 8th. And the hopes are that we stay on schedule with that. And I know that we’ve got a single that is gonna be serviced to radio any day now. It’s a song called ‘Killing Time’. Obviously, that’s [written about] somebody in my past, but it’s not as obvious as it sounds; it’s wasting your time, not time to kill things. And it had to do with some of the situations that myself and the different band guys have gotten themselves into with the band over time. And I’m sure a lot of people are gonna relate with that. So that one, it’s gonna be sent to radio, gosh, any day now.”

He continued when asked if the band will perform the song live during their upcoming shows:

“We have this track called ‘Night Stalker’, and we’re hoping to use that as our new opening track. None of us are together yet, so we haven’t had a chance to sit down and start getting all the hiccups worked out of the track other than when we were in the studio together. But once we use that for our opening track, it’s got some sounds in it that is something we’re gonna incorporate into the beginning of our show. And it’s a track that we have… my buddy Ice-T had guested on.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Integrity, Madball, Killing Time, Disembodied, Etc. Set For 2020 FYA Fest

The lineup has been revealed for the 2020 FYA Fest. The event will take place on January 4-5 at The Brass Mug in Tampa, FL and it will feature the following: Integrity, Madball, Killing Time, Disembodied, Magnitude, Three Knee Deep, Be All End All, Burning Strong, Choice To Make, Construct, Day Of Suffering, Drain, Envision, Firewalker, Fuming Mouth, Gulch, Inclination, Judiciary, Life’s Question, Method Of Doubt, MH Chaos, Mindforce, Mourning, Never Ending Game, No Option, Nosebleed, One Step Closer, Out For Justice, Payback, Point Of Contact, Queensway, Restraining Order, Seed Of Pain, Simulakra, The Fight, True Form, and Wild Side.

Iron Reagan, Killing Time, Leeway, Etc. Set For 2019 Black N’ Blue Bowl

The lineup has been revealed for the 2019 Black N’ Blue Bowl. The event will take place on May 17-19 at the Brooklyn Bazaar in Brooklyn, NY and it will feature the following:

May 17 (“Diablo Fest” pre-bowl party): M.O.P., Skarhead, Jaysaun, Countime, Concrete Dream, Ftw, Dissent, Sav Killz, and Big Rush.

May 18: Killing Time, Outburst, Wisdom In Chains, Death Before Dishonor, I Am, World Demise, Boundaries, Ante Up, and Wrong Move.

May 19: Iron Reagan, Leeway (celebrating “Born To Expire“), Brick By Brick, Vatican, Lion’s Law, Activate, Purgatory, and No Victory.

Buried Alive, Madball, Code Orange, Etc. Set For 2017 This Is Hardcore Festival

The lineup has been revealed for the 2017 This Is Hardcore Fest. The event will take place at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia, PA on July 27-30 and it will include: Buried Alive (reunion show), Shelter, Ramallah (special ‘BFB’ set), Pulling Teeth, Madball, Disembodied, Martyr A.D., H2O, Code Orange, Killing Time, 25 Ta Life (‘Strength Through Unity‘ lineup), Terror, Ramallah, All Out War, Bloodlet, 100 Demons, Cold As Life, Wisdom In Chains, Leeway, Murphy’s Law, Earth Crisis, Skarhead, Death Threat, Cipher, YAITW, Slapshot, Criminal Instinct, Freedom, Bracewar, Dysphoria, Jukai, Yellow Stitches, Vein, Racetraitor, Maile At The Palace, Trail Of Lies, Jesus Piece, Year Of The Knife, Ecostrike, Truth & Rights, Queensway, Sect, Risk It, Jagged Visions, Easy Money, Mortality Rate, Out Of Body, and Miracle Drug.

Lineup Revealed For 2016 This Is Hardcore Fest

The lineup has been revealed for the 2016 This Is Hardcore Fest. It will take place in Philadelphia, PA on August 4-7, and will include: Turning Point (a tribute to Frank “Skip” Candelori), Youth Of Today, Integrity, Gorilla Biscuits, Burn, Nails Terror, Floorpunch, Strife, Code Orange, Down To Nothing, Killing Time, Breakdown, Iron Reagan, Ringworm, World Be Free, Ruiner, Protester, Haymaker, Wisdom In Chains, All Else Failed, Done Dying, Full Of Hell, Most Precious Blood, Zao, Eternal Sleep, Power Trip, Angel Du$t, Year Of The Knife, Incendiary, Freedom, Lifeless, Criminal Instinct, Naysayer, Blistered, Rude Awakening, True Love, Iron Price, Strength For A Reason, Malice In The Palace, Red Death, Jesus Piece, Hellweed, Line Of Sight, Absolute Suffering, Break Away, No Zodiac, Timebomb, Ten Ton Hammer, Stand Off, and Jagged Visions.

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Lineup Revealed For 2015 This Is Hardcore Fest

The lineup has been revealed for the 2015 This Is Hardcore Fest. The festival will be take place July 23-26 in Philadelphia, PA, with the first day occurring at the Union Transfer and the rest of the days taking place at the Electric Factory. This year’s lineup will feature:

Misfits (playing “Earth A.D.” in full), Snapcase, The Exploited, American Nightmare, Chokehold, Cro-Mags, The Suicide File, H2O, Negative Approach, Bane, Killing Time, All Out War, Nails, Reach The Sky, Biohazard, Code Orange, Power Trip, Rival Mob, Turnstile, Xibalba, Slapshot, Wisdom In Chains, Morning Again, Suburban Scum, Defeater, Sand (Japan), Twitching Tongues, Foundation, Cruel Hand, Lifeless, Mindset, Blistered, True Love, Homewrecker, Foreseen, Break Away, The Geeks, Timebomb, Fuck You Pay Me, Eternal Sleep, Malice At The Palace, Absolute Suffering and Disengage.

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