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MammothFest 2014 Surprise Announcements - 2 extra acts added!



 
 
Brighton's heavyweight intense festival, MammothFest has today released some new announcements, including a shock surprise of two extra acts, to what was meant to be a full bill! (see full line up above). The two extra acts are Acoustic duo Tom & Ash and Acoustic virtuoso Sean De Burca who will perform as part of the weekend.
Organiser Steve Dickson was so impressed by them both at recent
shows that he walked up onstage to offer them spots as soon as they finished their gigs! That is quite a compliment and means attending festival goers are in for an even more epic time! (See links and video below to check out new acts added!)


If that wasn't already exciting enough MammothFest have also announced a Apolcalypse Club Night DJs playing on the Saturday between bands and DJ Demonize Debs on the Sunday. So even more reason to get down to this mighty event!

Also some of the bands featured on the line-up have been busy creating new music and videos which they have unleashed upon us, from the likes of Saturday 31st's penultimate band Meta-Stasis, who have released their first ever video for 'Fathomless' (which is also currently my featured video of the week on home page - so worth watching!) and Progressive metallers, Stone Circle have released a much anticipated new song/video for 'Easter Island', check it out here:

 
 
 
It's all getting a bit crazy now so hurry up and get your tickets while you still can here: http://www.mammothmetalfestival.co.uk/
 
 
See below video from new act just added of guitar virtuoso Sean De Burca! Impressive!
 
 

 
 
Bands featured Links:

https://www.facebook.com/#!/tomashofficial?fref=ts
https://www.facebook.com/sdbguitar
https://www.facebook.com/sdbguitar#!/metastasis666?fref=ts
www.stonecirclemetal.com
 www.facebook.com/stonecirclemetal
 www.twitter.com/stonecircleuk

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