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MammothFest final line-up change & Day Splits announced!



 
 
 
With just three weeks to go now until the return of MammothFest in 2014 a final line-up change has been announced, as Aeolist had to pull out due to their drummer sustaining a broken hand, so Furyborn, a melodic death metal band from Dorset step up to to take their place and to tie in with this latest addition, the important matter of the day spilts have finally been unleashed also! (See poster above!)
 
Check out the latest band, Furyborn here: https://www.facebook.com/furyborn & http://www.furyborn.com/
 
To mark and celebrate the rebirth of the festival  and the awesome line-up it has in store, MammothFest are releasing a epic LTD Ed. Tee (pictured below). Available from this week, only 30 will be printed, so make sure you keep an eye on the facebook to see when they are available: https://www.facebook.com/mammothmetalfestival
 
The tee also has a back print, featuring the line up - with which we are pleased to now announce with the day split!





Here the all important details for everything you need to know about the festival!

LINE UP:

SAT 30TH AUG:
Savage Messiah, Meta-stasis, Mask Of Judas, Abhorrent Decimation, Exist Immortal, Cambion, Collisions, Mordecai, Core Of iO, Porshyne, Headface, Exile The Titan, Tom & Ash

SUN 31ST AUG: Martyr Defiled, Ingested, Collapse, Nexilva, Basement Torture Killings, The Deal Was For The Diamond, No Sin Evades His Gaze, Furyborn, Premature Birth, Stone Circle, Taken By The Tide, Hole In The Sky, Sean De Burca

VENUE: The Green Door Store, Trafalgar Arches, Lower Goods Yard, Brighton Train Station, Brighton, BN1 4FQ

TICKETS:
DAY TICKETS: £13
WEEKEND TICKET: £20

Tickets available from
http://vanitasdirect.com/556-mammothfest

Contact:

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/mammothmetalfestival
Twitter: @Mammothfest14
Email:
info@mammothmetalfestival.co.uk


Also check out my interviews with bands on the MammothFest line-up, including Meta-stasis, Abhorrent Decimation, Collaspe & more on my blog & more to come - so check back to get the latest from all that is MammothFest in the final run up!

Interview with Man behind MammothFest - Steve Dickson! http://carinasmusicreviews.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/mammothfest-interview-organiser-steve.html

Meta-stasis Interview: http://carinasmusicreviews.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/meta-stasis-interview-with-patient-5.html

Collaspse: http://carinasmusicreviews.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/collapse-interview-june-2014.html

Abhorrent Decimation: http://carinasmusicreviews.blogspot.co.uk/2014/06/abhorrent-decimation-interview.html

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