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Mammothfest TV - Show 2 - UK Festivals, Extreme Metal, Comedy & Live performances!



Mammothfest tv is an excellent medium to discover and appreciate new emerging and heavyweight metal acts within the UK and around the world, and is something we are in need of, as there's not a lot of shows around like this! Discussed in this latest episode is the thriving metal scene from extreme metal and UK festivals, including Damnation Festival and Temples Festival, and of course previews of the international bands that are due to grace our ears at Mammothfest 2015! They also mention worthy bands that help create the amazing metal scene we have such as:

Killswitch Engage, Mask of Judas, Sam Bell Guitar (Mask of Judas), Valis Ablaze, Taken by the Tide, Derelict Dream, Benighted, Cancerous Womb, Abhorrent Decimation, PRIMITIVE MAN, Sea Bastard, Converge, Will Haven, SYN:DROM, Scarred, Damned Spring Fragrantia, Stormcast, Cyclamen, Psycroptic and more!

All this is delivered in a sincere, down to earth and passionate manner from founder and creator of Mammothfest, the legend that is, Steve Dickson, along with his hung over suffering co-host, Adam Sedgwick who as a result adds to the comedic value amongst the serious carnage of metal offerings featured in this episode, which ends in an aggressive and explosive manner, in the form of an live performance (featured in every show) from Last Days Of Rome!

This is a great channel to watch out for, only two episodes in so far, so they are new to this, but so far....so metal! They already have a great balance of music news and content, as well as some humour in there which I think any metal head will appreciate! So why not get involved and send in your suggestions to Mammothfest along with funny clips, so they can unleash them upon the world to further spoil us with entertainment! Keep an eye out for the next show!


Check out the culprit in question:






Check out the mighty festival in question's insane line-up below! You would be mad to miss it's stampede into Brighton this October!







http://www.mammothmetalfestival.co.uk/

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