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MAMMOTHFEST METAL TV SHOW LAUNCHED!


MAMMOTHFEST TV - The Mammothfest team have been working round the clock to deliver new ways of promoting the metal bands that come through their doors, and you know what, there is no better way than in a monthly 30 minute TV show!

With music and video reviews, interviews, ONSLAUGHTS , "THIS IS THE SOUND OF VIOLENCE VIDEO" and live performance from Brighton thrash legends KING LEVIATHAN and more, there is no doubt about the potential of this project and for a very first ever TV show the results are simply staggering!

The Mammothfest team urge every one to watch this and share the link to spread the word.

Watch the Carnage here: 


Stephen Dickson, the Mammothfest director commented: “We are having to be so creative about how we promote our brand, events and bands and with the demise of the young ones and a lack of any regular decent metal performances on Jools holland or any other TV shows we thought we would step up and make it happen. Not just that, we are having a shit load of fun which is what we are about. 



Also, teaming up with Concert-Tech has enabled us to make this happen in a cost effective but extremely professional manner and as you can see from the first show opening credits alone, we mean business. www.concert-tech.co.uk

There is no better way to promote a band than in a live performance that captures the band in full flight, baring witness to the flawless technical abilities, jaw dropping stage performances and HD quality recording to set bands above the rest.

So, if any bands want to film their own live performance or be considered for the possible chance to be on the show email - info@mammothmetalfestival.co.uk with "MFTV and BAND NAME" in the subject heading for more information.



TICKETS are now on sale at £60 for the weekend, with £15 venue day tickets and more also available here - http://mammothfest.bigcartel.com/

NEW MAMMOTHFEST MERCH deals are now on offer with limited sale stock including the “BAD ASS” range here - http://www.pkmerch.com/artists/mammothfest/

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