Final Mammothfest UK Announcement Revealed! Sunday Headliners Amenra, Akercoke, Vodun and more! 3 UK Exclusive headliners!
Mammothfest Announce Final Line-up Including Sunday Headliners Amenra (UK EXCLUSIVE), Akercoke, Vodun and More!
Mammothfest is thrilled to announce that Belgian doom act, Amenra will exclusively headline in the UK on the Sunday stoner doom main stage at this year's festival. That's right, ALL THREE of the main stage headline acts across the weekend including also Fleshgod Apocalypse and Rotting Christ can only be found performing at Mammothfest in the UK in 2017!
Not only that, previously announced black metal act Tsjuder are also confirmed for a UK exclusive performance at Mammothfest 2017!
As if that wasn't exciting enough, Mammothfest are proud to announce the complete lineup that will perform at The Arch in Brighton between the 6th and 8th of October. Including the likes of Akercocke, Vodun, Abhorrent Decimation, Vigil (Poland), Confronted and more as a total of 16 bands have been added to the final lineup. Check out the full poster above!
So the days and stages now look like this:
BLACK METAL STAGE FRIDAY 6TH OCTOBER
Already announced for main stage and Rikstock (second stage) Friday:
TSJUDER who were previously announced will now be a UK exclusive also.
Black Metal Main Stage:
8.50 - 10.00 Rotting Christ (UK exc)
7.45 - 8.30 Tsjuder (UK exc)
6:45 - 7.15 The infernal sea
6.00 - 6.30 Vehement
Friday Rikstock Stage:
11:30 - 12:30 The Crimson Brigade
10:15 - 11:00 Deitus
8:30 - 9:00 Ethereal
7:15 - 7:45 Heathen Deity
6:30- 7:00 Necro nautical
NEW ADDITIONS AND NEWS FOR SATURDAY 7TH OCTOBER
MAIN STAGE EXTREME METAL STAGE – SATURDAY 7TH OCTOBER
London black metallers Akercocke who formed in 1997 and then split in 2012 made a surprise reform last year in 2016, so this is an exciting time for the band as it sees founding members Jason Mendonca and David Gray re-joined by original guitarist Paul Scanlan. The line-up completed by Nathanael Underwood. With this reunion comes a new sense of energy and drive, along with a new sixth album titled ‘Renaissance in Extremis’ with the release date yet to be announced. Hopefully, Mammothfest goers will be fortunate enough to hear some new offerings!
Joining Akercoke on the Saturday is another London act Abhorrent Decimation. The band are favourites at Mammothfest, having played back in 2014 and 2015. Now they are ready to make a triumphant return with their sophomore album ‘The Pardoner’ which is due to be released July 28th. This new album follows their successful 2015 debut ‘Miasmic Mutation’ which received high praise from press and metal fans. It was even heralded as “one of 2015’s must have Death Metal records” by Metal Hammer. Since the release they have done widespread touring including appearances at Bloodstock and went on to sign with Prosthetic Records. The new album is set to be their most inspired and dominating yet, so don’t miss a chance to hear new hefty offerings at Mammothfest.
NEW BANDS ADDED FOR RIKSTOCK STAGE EXTREME METAL STAGE – SATURDAY 7TH OCTOBER
Joining Lagerstein for the Saturday night VIP after party are Portsmouth party metallers Seething Akira who return to Mammothfest to close the late night party in style. In 2015 they headlined the Rikstock stage with their usual blend electronica and metal laced with tonnes of energy and are guaranteed to bring the fun vibes and get the place bouncing!
The Saturday stages look like this in full:
Saturday main stage
20:40 - 22:00 Fleshgod apocalypse (UK Exclusive)
19:30 - 20.10 Dragged Into Sunlight
18:45 - 19:15 Akercocke
18:00 - 18:30 Lawnmower deth
17:15 - 17:45 Meta-Stasis
16:30 - 17:00 Abhorrent Decimation
15:45 - 16:15 Death Remains
15:00 - 15:30 Bleed Again
14:15 - 14:45 Kill all the gentlemen (Moved up to main stage)
12:30 - 1:30 Seething Akira (VIP)
10:30 - 12:00 Lagerstein (Australia) (VIP)
20:10 - 20:40 No Raza
19:15 - 19.45 Warcrab
18:30 - 19:00 Ascaris
17:45 - 18:15 Materia (Poland)
17:00 - 17-30 Damaj
16:15 - 16:45 Synaptik
15:30 - 16:00 Devil wants her swagger back
14:45 - 15:15 Hole In The Sky
14:00 - 14:30 Gutteral carnage
NEW ADDITIONS AND NEWS FOR SUNDAY 6TH OCTOBER
SUNDAY HEADLINERS - AMENRA (UK EXCLUSIVE)
Mammothfest’s third and final headliner is Belgain post-metal doom act Amenra, who are doing a UK exclusive performance, marking three exclusives for all Mammothfest headliners. Since their formation in 1999 they have been paving their way to success, with critically acclaimed albums, touring with acts such as Neurosis, expanding their sound all of which has earnt them great admiration and a big following, including a collective group of like-minded artists and fans that call themselves ‘Church Of Ra’. As a band that is constantly growing and incredibly hard working and passionate to make a difference, their sixth upcoming album ‘Mass VI’ is definitely one to watch for, and can only be witnessed in the UK at Mammothfest this year.
Other Sunday additions include Telepathy, Wren, Kurokuma, Solleme and new act Urne, which features ex-members of Hang The Bastard who can be considered to be for fans of Thin Lizzy, The Sword and Danzig. Urne are a band currently wrapped in mystery and that excites us enough to stick them on the bill along with the reputation of the musicians involved. Keep an eye out!
These acts join the already announced Sunday Main stage below:
23:20 - 00:30 Chubby Thunderous Bad Kush Masters (VIP after party band)
21:00 - 22:45 Amenra (UK exclusive)
19:45 - 20:30 Vodun
19:00 - 19:30 OHHMS
18:15 - 18:45 Patrick Walker & 40 WATT SUN
17:30 - 18:00 Telepathy
16:45 - 17:15 Grave Lines
16:00 - 16:30 Wren
15:15 - 15:45 Haast’s Eagled
14:30 - 15:00 Kurokuma
13:45 - 14:15 Kalloused
13:00 - 13:30 Urne
12:15 - 12:45 Solleme
NEW BANDS ADDED TO RICKSTOCK STAGE - Sunday 8TH OCTOBER
Joining them on the Rikstock stage is Polish djent groove metalles Vigil, tech metallers This Is Turin, Sluge act Thuum, the mental and unpredictable Confronted who have quite the reputation live for their antics, and lastly every year Mammothfest brings one band back together as a special one off performance and this year it is Wall Of Denial. They started in 2000 in Brighton, England and created their own unique noise with a blend of Hard Core, Thrash and Heavy Metal. They went on to tour with Norma Jean, The Blamed and played as main support for Dillinger Escape Plan, on more than one occasion at the Concorde 2. They also played festivals like Kerrang All Dayers in London, receiving brilliant reviews for their live performance. The band finally split in 2003 with their final farewell gig to a packed HobGoblin in Brighton, in support were "Counting The Days" better known now as popular British metalcore act "Architects" who also hail from Brighton, and as a final farewell present they covered one of Wall of Denial's songs as their final song of the set! Which brings us to 2017. The band have had the urge in recent years to reform. There had been talk over the years of a reunion but it never felt right. Now it does. What better place than at Mammothfest 2017, a festival set up by a person that truly understands where bands like Wall of Denial come from and digs it. Wall of Denial can not wait to hit the stage, and on their home turf again nonetheless, a very special moment indeed!
The full line-up for the Rikstock stage on Sunday looks like:
20:30 - 21:10 Core of iO
19:00 - 19.30 VIGIL (Poland)
18:30 - 19:00 Thermit (Poland)
17:45 - 18:15 Wall of Denial
17:00 - 17-30 Rotten Foxes
16:15 - 16:45 Negative Measures
15:30 - 16:00 This is Turin
14:45 - 15:15 Thuum
14:00 - 14:30 Confronted
13:15 - 13:45 Pensevor
12:30 - 13:00 Mutually Assured Destruction
Mammothfest have been busy in the run up to the main festival, hosting three Mammothfest ‘presents’ shows between April and May, most recently on May 6thwith headliners Brutality Will Prevail and Raging Speedhorn, ending a run of highly successful, diverse and enjoyable all day gigs in Brighton, UK.
The first event on the 1st April was with headliners Feed The Rhino and saw the launch of Mammothfest’s very own cider range.
Then on the 16th death metallers Vader headlined a special event and unveiled Mammothfest’s new home and venue, The Arch which is located by the beach and centre of the town.
The new venue has gone down well with gig goers at both Vader and Brutality Prevail, as has the launch of Mammothfest cider, selling out at all of the shows and meaning that 420 pints were had across the three shows. Mammothfest cider will, of course, be available at the main festival.
Get more information and tickets here: www.mammothfest.uk