Carcass, The Locust, Autopsy, Converge, Etc. Set For 2022 Oblivion Access Festival

The initial lineup has been revealed for next year’s Oblivion Access festival. The event will take place in Austin, TX on May 12-15 and it will feature the following: Blonde Redhead, Carcass, The Locust, Youth Of Today, Xiu Xiu, Autopsy, Converge, William Basinski, Zola Jesus, Lil Ugly Mane, A Place To Bury Strangers, Cave In, Armand Hammer (Feat. The Alchemist), Melt-Banana, Andy Stott, Metz, Vio-lence, Windhand, Coven, Despise You, Liturgy, Mike, Black Dice, Prurient, Uniform and The Body (collaborative set), Anika, Show Me The Body, Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe, Kool Keith, Cough, JK Flesh, Thou, Bastard Noise, Fury, Blood Incantation, Devil Master, Primitive Man, Mizmor, Uniform, Spotlights, Hell, Boan, Drain, Akai Solo, Deaf Club, Yellow Eyes, Candy, Troller, Vermin Womb, Elizabeth Colour Wheel, Blackwater Holylight, Aaron Dilloway, Debit, Outer Heaven, Immortal Bird, Portrayal Of Guilt, Midwife, Judiciary, Vile Creature, Many Blessings, Sub Oslo, Bridle, Grivo, Christworm, Glassing, Sore Dream, Saintpeeler, Blank Hellscape, Private Service, Shitbag, and Wolfie Warship.

Alcest, Full Of Hell, Ulver, Russian Circles, Etc. Set For 2022 Roadburn Festival

The 2022 Roadburn Festival is officially set to take place in Tilburg, NET on April 21-24. You can find the initial lineup for that event below.

Lineup:

  • Alcest (performing “Écailles De Lune“)
  • Backxwash (performing two sets)
  • Big Brave
  • Blak Saagan (performing “Se Ci Fosse La Luce Sarebbe Bellissimo“)
  • Divide And Dissolve
  • Dödsrit
  • Faceless Entity
  • Full Of Hell (performing four different sets)
  • Gggolddd (performing commissioned music, “This Shame Should Not Be Mine“)
  • Green Lung (performing “Black Harvest“)
  • Helms Alee
  • James Kent & Johannes Persson (performing commissioned music, “Final Light“)
  • Jo Quail (performing commissioned piece, “The Cartographer“)
  • Koldovstvo (performing “Ни царя, ни бога“)
  • Lamp Of Murmuur
  • Lili Refrain
  • Liturgy (performing “H.A.Q.Q.” and “Origin Of The Alimonies“)
  • Midwife
  • Milena Eva & Thomas Sciarone
  • Nothing
  • Primitive Man
  • Russian Circles
  • Sólstafir (performing “Svartir Sandar“)
  • Spirtual Poison
  • The Holy Family
  • Trialogos
  • Ulver
  • Vile Creature & Bismuth (performing commissioned music, “A Hymn Of Loss And Hope“)

Roadburn artistic director Walter Hoeijmakers commented:

“After two years of not being able to host a physical festival, we’re extremely excited to actually return in 2022. Given the circumstances, everything about this has been a real challenge, but we wanted to make sure that next year’s Roadburn will be a stronghold for the forward-thinking artists we all love so much – whether genre-defining established acts or young, up-and-coming artists.

We really want to reconnect them with our international community – artistically, musically and physically – and to see them do what they do best: be on stage. We want to give them a platform in front of a live audience again, as it’s time to celebrate the music they’ve written over the past two years, or the much acclaimed albums that helped us through these strange, unprecedented times.

It’s equally exciting to have Milena Eva and Thomas Sciarone as our 2022 curators; their commissioned music project for Roadburn Redux, This Shame Should Not Be Mine, elevated GGGOLDDD to a whole new level, as it made such a huge impact – musically, emotionally, and spiritually. The intimate connection felt by everyone online will be greatly amplified at Roadburn 2022, and we could think of no one better than Milena and Thomas to get us all reconnected.”

Satanic Planet (The Locust, Ex-Slayer, Etc.) Premiere “Devil In Me” Video

Satanic Planet, the project featuring Justin Pearson (Dead Cross, The Locust, etc.), Dave Lombardo (Dead Cross, ex-Slayer, etc.), Luke Henshaw (Planet B, etc.), and Satanic Temple founder Lucien Greaves, have premiered a new video for their song “Devil In Me.” That track is from the band’s recently released self-titled debut album.

Director Lola Blanc told Fangoria the following:

“I watched the documentary ‘Hail, Satan?’ on Hulu and was immediately intrigued by The Satanic Temple, their co-founder Lucien Greaves, and the work they do, so I asked Lucien to come on my podcast. While we were interviewing him, I found out his band Satanic Planet (comprised of Greaves, Luke Henshaw, The Locust’s Justin Pearson and Slayer’s Dave Lombardo) had an album coming out, I *ever so casually* dropped my strong interest in doing a video for them, and here we are!”

“I specifically requested the song ‘Devil in Me’ because it immediately evoked the feeling of an exorcism. The horrors that can happen when religion is taken to the extreme was a theme we were clearly very aligned on, so it just felt like a perfect fit.”

Satanic Planet (The Locust, Ex-Slayer, Etc.) Premiere “Liturgy” Video

Satanic Planet, the project featuring Justin Pearson (Dead Cross, The Locust, etc.), Dave Lombardo (Dead Cross, ex-Slayer, etc.), Luke Henshaw (Planet B, etc.), and Satanic Temple founder Lucien Greaves, have premiered a new video for their new song “Liturgy.” This track is from the band’s self-titled debut album, which will be released on May 28.

Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Interpol, Krallice, Etc. Members Share Cover Of Black Sabbath’s “Sweet Leaf”

Black Sabbath Cover Band Rehearsals (BSCBR), the Black Sabbath tribute group featuring Brad Truax (Interpol), Mick Barr (Krallice, etc.), Greg Fox (Liturgy), Nick Zinner (Yeah Yeah Yeahs), and Angel Deradoorian (ex-Dirty Projectors, etc.), have released a cover of Black Sabbath’s “Sweet Leaf.” This track is from the band’s new EP “Master Of Rehearsal,” which will be released on September 4. That effort will also feature a cover of “Fairies Wear Boots.”