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MammothFest 2015 - See the Full Line-up!



Mammothfest is back: Bigger, Darker and Louder than ever!! It will have a massive impact!


After two successful MammothFest event's and the comeback of festival in 2014 after a four year break, MammothFest show they mean serious business and unlike most festivals, they don't keep you waiting long, as they have generously and epically decided to release not just the headline bands for the three day event, but the whole bloody line-up!! Although in keeping with the festive spirit they did decide to do a 12 day of Christmas annoucement, giving a band a day, so some bands will already be known.

The line-up spans from bands from all round the world to local champions and returning crowd pleasers from previous MammothFest's, which includes Meta-Stasis, Malefice, Core Of iO, Abhorrent Decimation and Stone Circle (who can proudly say they have been on every MammothFest bill so far!)

This three day event is set to be the biggest and meanest MammothFest yet! Where attendees will be spoilt for choice in terms of bands and venues to attend, as the festival will be held over four different venues over three mental days! By holding events at separate venues it keeps the crowds under control and you can pay £15 to entry to one, or get a ticket for all, costing £60.

The man behind Mammothfest Steve Dickson comments on past successes and the future of the festival: “The response to Mammothfests return in 2014 has been literally overwhelming – from bands, metal fans and press alike. We can’t thank UK metal scene enough for all your support! True to our word, we have invested every penny of our profit into next year’s line up and what a line up we have! We are so excited to drop this!”


 

The full line up and arrangements of this huge event is:

BANDS ANNOUNCED:
Friday 2nd October 2015:

ONSLAUGHT / SWORN AMONGST / THRASH COMP / KING LEVIANTHAN
VENUE: AUDIO, 10 Marine Parade, Brighton BN2 1TL


Saturday 3rd October 2015:

FEED THE RHINO / MALEFICE / RSJ / MILK WHITE THROAT / DENDERA / THE BOWERY / THE FIVE HUNDRED / CORE OF IO
VENUE: The Green Door Store, Trafalgar Arches, Lower Goods Yard, Brighton Train Station, Brighton, BN1 4FQ


Saturday 3rd October 2015:

PSYCROPTIC / SYN:DROM / CYCLAMEN / META-STASIS / SCORDATURA / OSIAH / AGHAST! /
SCARRED / MURDER MILE / ATONEMENT
VENUE: Sticky Mikes Frog Bar, 9-12 Middle Street, Hove, Brighton, East Sussex BN1 1AL



Sunday 4th October 2015:

HANG THE BASTARD / SLABDRAGGER / DESERT STORM / SEA BASTARD / IN THE HILLS / KING GOAT / MOTHER CORONA / WIDOWS
VENUE: The Green Door Store, Trafalgar Arches, Lower Goods Yard, Brighton Train Station, Brighton, BN1 4FQ


Sunday 4th October 2015:

AMPUTATED / CANCEROUS WOMB / ABHORRENT DECIMATION / MORGUE ORGY / STONE CIRCLE /
MY SILENT WAKE / SODOMIZED CADAVER / BLACK SKIES BURN / CODEX ALIMENTARIUS / HELL
PUPPETS / VEHEMENT
VENUE: Sticky Mikes Frog Bar, 9-12 Middle Street, Hove, Brighton, East Sussex BN1 1AL



TICKETS: £15 PER VENUE / £60 WEEKEND / + MORE -
http://mammothfest.bigcartel.com/

MERCH:
http://www.pkmerch.com/artists/mammothfest/


www.mammothmetalfestival.co.uk




 
 
 
 

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