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MammothFest Brighton New Line-up Annoucement!



MammothFest Brighton, UK have just announced today the next round of bands to join the existing line-up, Headliners, Savage Messiah and Marty Defiled with main support from Meta-Stasis and Ingested. The new wave of 12 acts to be added are: Collapse, Mask of Judas, Abhorrent Decimation, Cambion, Nexilva, Divine Chaos, Foetal Juice, Collisions, No Sin Escapes His Gaze, Mordecai,
Aeolist and Premature Birth and with at least 6 more bands still to be announced!

The early bird tickets at the price of £15 has been extended and will now end on the 26th May following latest announcement so I suggest you get them quickly! http://vanitasdirect.com/556-mammothfest and http://mammothfest.bigcartel.com/

MammothFest are currently running a cool competition to win tickets to the festival supporting alternative bars and venues by running a bar competition at a number of venues to win a weekend ticket! By drinking at a participating bar and just say ‘Mammothfest’ to get your name in a jar, metal heads could be in with a chance of winning. Most names in the jar by Friday 1st August wins. Bars currently signed up include Buskers Bar (Eastbourne), The Caroline of Brunswick (Brighton) and Bar 42 (Worthing). Any bars, pubs or venues around the country who want to get involved are being urged to email info@mammothmetalfestival.co.uk

Check out the video below of one of new acts added, Collisions to see what's in store!








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