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More MammothFest Line Up Changes!


Porshyne Latest Act Announced!




With less than a month to go now until the much anticipated return of Brighton's MammothFest taking place on 30-31st August, looking to make a hefty impact once again, they have had a few line up changes as Death Metal grind act, Foetal Juice have had to pull out of the Brighton Festival, as unable to make show and atmospheric rock act, Porshyne have been confirmed as replacement which ties in nicely with other recent annoucement of instrumental band, thedealwasforthediamond being added to line-up, as Divine Chaos had to pull out of the show also. This latest announcement makes the line up even more diverse and displaying a range of talent!



MammothFest have released this press statement regarding the line up changes:



Foetal Juice and Divine Chaos forced to pull out

We are sad to announce that Foetal Juice and Divine Chaos will both be
unable to perform at this years Mammothfest. Both bands expressed their
disappointment, but unfortunately elements beyond their control have
intervened.

We are, however, very, very happy to announce that they will be replaced
by two very unique bands who will add an extra dimension to the bill,
expanding it from thrash, death, metal, hardcore, tech, djent and
progressive into technical math-metal territory! Both Porshyne and The
Deal Was For The Diamond (TDWFTD) are technically amazing musicians,
with big riffs and epic sweeping soundscapes - who also know how to
punch a gut or two. This show will also be a comeback gig for TDWFTD
after over a year in hiatus, so expect awesome things!









Check out Porshyne in action: http://youtu.be/Gmmk1SR51qQ






https://soundcloud.com/porshyne









http://www.mammothmetalfestival.co.uk



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