Oathbreaker To Return For 2020 ArcTanGent Festival

Oathbreaker will be returning for this year’s ArcTanGent Festival. This will be the group’s first show since going on hiatus two years ago.

The band commented:

“It’s been over 2 years since the last Oathbreaker show, the dust has settled and the last couple of months we’ve been discussing whether or not to play another show. ArcTanGent felt like the right place to do so. We’re incredibly excited to play these songs again. This will most likely be the only Oathbreaker show in 2020. Hope to see a lot of familiar faces.”

The ArcTanGent Festival will take place on August 20-22 at Fernhill Farms near Bristol, UK and it will also feature: Opeth, TesseracT, This Will Destroy You, Amenra, Ihsahn, Perturbator, Rolo Tomassi (performing “Grievances” and “Time Will Die And Love Will Bury It” across two separate sets), Earthtone9, Giraffes? Giraffes!, Frontierer, GosT, Raketkanon, Quail vs Kenny (Jo Quail and Howard James Kenny), Scalping, OHHMS (two sets, including ‘Subjects‘ film set), Svalbard, Alpha Male Tea Party, Stake, Curse These Metal Hands, Boss Keloid, Body Hound, Vasa, Luo, Briqueville, Fes, Tankengine, The K., Mountain Caller, Swans, Metz, The Locust, Maybeshewill, Leprous, Agent Fresco, The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die, Car Bomb, Wear Your Wounds, A.A. Williams, Tides From Nebula, Jo Quail, The Samuel Jackson Five, Petbrick, Herod, Teeth Of The Sea, The Hirsch Effekt, Bent Knee, Astrosaur, tortuganónima, Bolt Ruin, The Hyena Kill, Mutant-Thoughts, Coldbones, Skemer, Natalie Evans, Odradek, Heisa, The Mantis Opera, Last Hyena, Rainbow Slicer, Lack The Low, SEIMS, Elephant Tree, Kokomo, Thumpermonkey, TOTS, Bicurious, God Alone., Land Wars, MIËT, Vogons, Straight Girl, Ogives Big Band, and qariaq.

Full Lineup Revealed For 2019 The Fest

The lineup has been finalized for this year’s The Fest. The event will take place across 18 venues in Gainesville, FL on November 1-3 and it will feature over 350 bands, comedians and wrestlers. Among those set to perform are: Jawbreaker, Less Than Jake, Against Me! (performing “White Crosses“, “Transgender Dysphoria Blues“, “Searching For A Former Clarity” and “New Wave“) Jawbox, Stiff Little Fingers, Dag Nasty, The Bronx, American Steel, Mariachi El Bronx, AJJ, Iron Reagan, Off With Their Heads, Joyce Manor, Teenage Bottlerocket, The Lillingtons, Torche, Masked Instruder, Spraynard, Bad Cop/Bad Cop, War On Women, Laura Jane Grace, A Wilhelm Screen, Career Suicide, Grade, No Trigger, Screaming Females, Tim Barry, The Dopamines, The Copyrights, Audio Karate, Tsunami Bomb, Brendan Kelly, Bullets To Broadway, Planes Mistaken For Stars, Kepi Ghoulie, Squirtgun, Rehasher, The Casket Lottery, Able Baker Fox, The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die, and tons more.

The Black Dahlia Murder, Battlecross, Abigail Williams, Etc. Set For 2016 Bled Fest

The lineup has been revealed for the 2016 Bled Fest. The event will be held at the Hartland Performing Arts Center in Howell, MI, on May 28, and will include: The Black Dahlia Murder, Knuckle Puck, Kevin Devine, The World Is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die, Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties, Jeff Rosenstock, Abigail Williams, All Dogs, Tiny Moving Parts, Battlecross, Old Gray, Sorority Noise, The Copyrights, Somos, Prawn, Gates, Pentimento, The Saddest Landscape, Chasing Safety, Watermedown, Fallujah, Ray Rocket, Better Off, Free Throw, The Lippies, Against The Grain, Convictions, Casey Bolles, Homesafe, Disentomb, Citycop, Artifex Pereo, Act As One, Ellis, Parkway and Columbia, Hot Mulligan, A War Within, Jake Simmons and the Little Ghosts, Alaska, The Plurals, The Cardboard Swords, Stories Untold, Undesirable People, The Fever Haze, Small Parks, Our Vices, Heartsick, The Illustrator, Lemix J Buckley, June Earth, All Is Well, Grey Matter, Convenient Trash, Athena’s Grace, Broke, Argus, Carved Out, Pines, Second Best, Adventurer, The Class Acts, The Beautiful Gorgeous, Welman, Amateur Eyes, Blind Merle and His Traveling Band, Of Athens, and Copneconic.