Electric Funeral Fest IV Lineup Announced: Tombs, Toke, Royal Thunder, Gozu, Sourvein & More to Play

Posted in Whathaveyou on February 1st, 2019 by JJ Koczan

Check out Electric Funeral Fest IV continuing to up the game of the Denver-based event. Consistently, each lineup has been bigger than the one before it, and as we see acts like Tombs, Royal Thunder, Sourvein, Gozu and Destroyer of Light tossed into the fire this June with headliners still to be announced, it seems that the scale has once again broadened in terms of draw and style alike. I wouldn’t mind catching Toke again, and I’ve never seen Oryx, but their recorded stuff is ridiculous. And I hear Destroyer of Light have a new record in progress, so yeah, the vibe here sounds awesome. Spread across three venues, Electric Funeral Fest IV promises 40 bands over its two-day run, and early-bird tickets are on sale now for those feeling like they’re up for spending some time in a low oxygen atmosphere. Sign me up.

The PR wire has it like this and promises more to come. I believe it:

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DUST PRESENTS: ELECTRIC FUNERAL FEST IV

We expect the fourth installment of Electric Funeral Fest to go beyond what we accomplished at last year’s monumental event. Headliners and full lineup to be released next month. Presale 2-day passes are now available, including just 25 discounted early-bird passes. 40 bands, 3 stages, 2-days… see you in Denver this summer.

Bands announced today:
Tombs, Royal Thunder, Sourvein, Call of The Void, Toke, Against the Grain, Un, Teeth, Bummer, Gozu, Dead Now, Oryx, The Lion’s Daughter, Trapped Within Burning Machinery, Destroyer of Light

When: June 14-15, 2019
Where: 3 Kings Tavern, Hi Dive, Mutiny Information Cafe
Ticket link: www.electricfuneralfestiv.eventbrite.com
Art by Sam Pierson

Ages 21+**
All ticket sales are final, no refunds.

**All ages tickets for Mutiny Info. Cafe will be available day of show at the door. Eventbrite tickets are 21+.

Headliners, full lineup, and daily schedules to be announced…

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Gozu, Live in Montreal, QC, Nov. 2018

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Monolith on the Mesa Lineup Confirmed; Om, Dead Meadow, Wovenhand, The Obsessed, Cloud Catcher & More to Play

Posted in Whathaveyou on January 25th, 2019 by JJ Koczan

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So, uh, you wanna go get weird in the desert for a weekend? Sure, we all do. And if you’re up for making it the trip of a lifetime, Monolith on the Mesa has a bunch of decked-out vintage trailers available for you to hide from the New Mexico sun while you wait for the show to start. From the pre-party to The Obsessed headlining the second day, the inaugural edition of Monolith on the Mesa looks like the stuff of pilgrimage dreams. Om and Dead Meadow? Wovenhand? Tia Carrera jamming in a brewery? Duel? It’s an obviously curated lineup very purposefully put together with the setting in mind, and whether it’s the indoor or outdoor stage, it’s easy to see where it has the potential to be an incredible time. I’ve gone on at some length about the growth of US festival culture over the course of this decade. Look no further if you need an example of the fruit that would seem to be bearing.

If you make it down, congratulations on your life. You pretty much win.

Lineup and ticket links as per the social medias:

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Monolith on the Mesa: A High Desert Rock & Art Experience

Join Us On May 16th, 17th, & 18th In Taos New Mexico At Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership For Monolith on the Mesa A High Desert Rock Experience Like Non Other! A Music Festival with Art Visuals & Installations from Local NM Artists. And Of Course Some Of The Worlds Finest Dark, Psych, Stoner, Doom & Heavy Rock from All Over the Globe and SW Region! Browse Our Website monolithonthemesa.com For VIP And check out our Vintage Trailer Packages!!

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Pre party Show* https://holdmyticket.com/event/329481
2 Day Pass Ticket * https://holdmyticket.com/event/329524
Day 1 Pass Ticket * https://holdmyticket.com/event/329477
Day 2 Pass Ticket * https://holdmyticket.com/event/329482

MotherShip Outside Stage: Featuring Visuals By Mad Alchemist Liquid Light Show * Day 1: OM * Dead Meadow * Wovenhand * True Widow * EYE * Green Druid * Spirit Mother** Day 2: The Obsessed * Pinkish Black * Castle * The Well * Crypt Trip * WEEED * Cloud Catcher * The Munsens

Taos Mesa Worshipper Inside Stage: Day 1: * Tia Carrera * Wino (Acoustic) * Lord Buffalo * Pharlee * SuperGiant * YOU * Via Vengence * Deep Cross** Day 2 Duel * Stone Deaf * In The Company Of Serpents * Pale Horse\Pale Rider * Communion * Oryx * Sorex * Dysphotic * Devil’s Throne

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Dead Meadow, “Good Moanin'” live at Endless Daze Fest 2018

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Electric Funeral Fest 2017 Announces Schedule; Kicks off this Friday

Posted in Whathaveyou on June 12th, 2017 by JJ Koczan

This Friday in Denver marks the beginning of Electric Funeral Fest 2017. Kicking things off at 4:15PM will be West Coast boogie groovers Lords of Beacon House, followed immediately by High on the Mountain right across the street. I know these things because the festival has newly announced its full schedule for its two-day run, which features the likes of Slow Season, The Well, Sourvein, Goya, Oryx, headliners Acid King and Corky Laing’s Mountain, and many others. I’ve got kind of a whirlwind couple weeks coming up as it is, but if you were offering me a ticket and a flight, I’d have a hard time turning this one down. Looks like it’s going to be an incredible time for those fortunate enough to be there.

If that’s you, I hope you have a blast. Here’s the info:

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DUST Presents: Electric Funeral Fest 2017

Tickets: www.electricfuneralfest.eventbrite.com
** 21+, All tickets are non-refundable **

DENVER, CO
HI DIVE // 3 KINGS TAVERN

FRIDAY JUNE 16th
The Joint by Cannabis Stage at 3 Kings Tavern
4:15 – 4:50 Lords of Beacon House
5:15 – 5:50 Oryx
6:15 – 6:50 Muscle Beach
7:15 – 7:50 Communion
8:15 – 8:50 Monarch
9:15 – 9:55 The Well
10:15 – 11:00 Slow Season
11:40 – 12:40 Corky Laing’s MOUNTAIN

Hi-Dive Denver
4:45 – 5:20 High on the Mountain
5:45 – 6:20 Smokey Mirror
6:45 – 7:20 Greenbeard
7:45 – 8:20 The Munsens
8:45 – 9:20 R.I.P.
9:40 – 10:20 Goya
10:40 – 11:25 Sourvein
-After Party-
12:50 – 1:30 Glitter Wizard

SATURDAY JUNE 17th
The Joint by Cannabis Stage at 3 Kings Tavern
4:15 – 4:50 Dizz Brew
5:15 – 5:50 Red Wizard
6:15 – 6:50 Feather Stone
7:15 – 7:50 Great Electric Quest
8:15 – 8:50 Barrows
9:15 – 9:55 The Heavy Eyes
10:15 – 11:00 Electric Citizen
11:40 – 12:40 ACID KING

Hi-Dive Denver
4:45 – 5:20 Urn
5:45 – 6:20 Jagged Mouth
6:45 – 7:20 Malahierba
7:45 – 8:20 Love Gang
8:45 – 9:20 Banquet
9:40 – 10:20 Cloud Catcher
10:40 – 11:25 Destroyer of Light
-After Party-
12:50 – 1:30 Crypt Trip

Electric Funeral will once again be happening in the South Broadway district of Denver. Anyone that is familiar with Denver knows that S. Broadway is one of the greatest neighborhoods this city has to offer. In our second year of this event, we have added a second stage at Hi Dive. Hi Dive is across the street from 3 Kings Tavern and easily one of the greatest places to party in Denver.

There is also no shortage of other great bars and restaurants in the area for attendees to visit if they need a break from head-banging. Although both stages are indoors, this will feel like just as much of an outdoor event as people go back and forth between the two venues that will run simultaneously through both evenings. Hey hey, my my, rock n’ roll sure ain’t fuckin’ dying in Denver!

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Corky Laung’s Mountain, “Theme from an Imaginary Western” Live

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Electric Funeral Fest 2017 Announces Corky Laing’s Mountain to Headline

Posted in Whathaveyou on April 3rd, 2017 by JJ Koczan

Acid King and Mountain as headliners? Look, I was pretty much sold on the notion of Electric Funeral Fest 2017 anyway, but it’s not like adding Corky Laing and a bunch of other dudes playing Mountain classics hurts. The festival is set for this June in the Mile High city of Denver, Colorado, and in addition to those two it features a swath of righteous acts from the West Coast, the Midwest, the South and the East, pulling in various kind of heavy from doom to sludge to classic rock and roll in what’s an obviously well curated environment. If I could go, I’d be there in a heartbeat.

Some of the below was posted previously, but I want to reiterate to underscore the point. If you’re in this part of the world, you should fucking go to this. Events like this deserve your support and they deserve to continue to flourish and grow. Don’t suck. Go and have a good time. That’s my piece. I’ve said it.

Info follows:

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“Honored to announce the headliner of Day 1 at Electric Funeral Fest is current iteration of iconic rock band, MOUNTAIN. Original drummer Corky Laing has teamed up with a band to play Mountain hits from the early ’70s. It is a true pleasure to host a legend from the era that started it all.

Electric Funeral will once again be happening in the South Broadway district of Denver. Anyone that is familiar with Denver knows that S. Broadway is one of the greatest neighborhoods this city has to offer. In our second year of this event, we have added a second stage at Hi Dive. Hi Dive is across the street from 3 Kings Tavern and easily one of the greatest places to party in Denver.

There is also no shortage of other great bars and restaurants in the area for attendees to visit if they need a break from head-banging. Although both stages are indoors, this will feel like just as much of an outdoor event as people go back and forth between the two venues that will run simultaneously through both evenings. Hey hey, my my, rock n’ roll sure ain’t fuckin’ dying in Denver!

Electric Funeral Fest 2017 – Friday June 16th & Saturday June 17th
Location: Denver, CO @ Hi Dive & 3 Kings Tavern

LINEUP

Friday June 16
Headliner: Corky Laing’s Mountain
Support: Sourvein, Slow Season, Goya, R.I.P., The Well, Glitter Wizard, Monarch, Muscle Beach, The Munsens, Communion, Lords of Beacon House, Greenbeard, Oryx, Smokey Mirror, High on the Mountain

Saturday June 17
Headliner: Acid King
Support: Electric Citizen, The Heavy Eyes, Destroyer of Light, Crypt Trip, Cloud Catcher, Love Gang, Barrows, Great Electric Quest, Red Wizard, Banquet, Ocelot (performing as Feather Stone), Jagged Mouth, Pueblo Escobar, Urn

Flier art by Christina Hunt
Flier layout by Keith Dreissen

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Electric Funeral Fest 2017 Announces Lineup; Limited Early Tickets Available

Posted in Whathaveyou on February 23rd, 2017 by JJ Koczan

Today, Denver’s Electric Funeral Fest 2017 reveals Acid King will headline and the likes of Sourvein, Slow Season, Goya, Electric Citizen, Destroyer of Light, The Well, Cloud Catcher, Oryx and many more will appear. Limited early tickets — there seem to be 40 — are on sale as of right this second.

One headliner is still TBA, but even so, it’s a remarkably ambitious return for Electric Funeral Fest, which had its first showing in 2016. Put on by DUST Presents, it finds hometown representation through The Munsens, Love Gang, Oryx, and Cloud Catcher, likely among others, and reaches far and wide in filling out an impressive roster of acts. To be perfectly blunt about it, it looks fucking awesome.

The fest was kind enough to let me host this initial lineup announcement, and below, organizer Shaun Goodwin gives some background on the area where it will take place across two venues and the vibe they’re shooting for with Electric Funeral Fest 2017.

Dig it:

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Electric Funeral Fest 2017 – Friday June 16th & Saturday June 17th

Location: Denver, CO @ Hi Dive & 3 Kings Tavern

Tickets: www.electricfuneralfest.eventbrite.com
– There will be 40 early bird discounted 2-day passes available at $49
– After those are sold, presale 2-day passes are $59
– 1 day passes are $32

Electric Funeral will once again be happening in the South Broadway district of Denver. Anyone that is familiar with Denver knows that S. Broadway is one of the greatest neighborhoods this city has to offer. In our second year of this event, we have added a second stage at Hi Dive. Hi Dive is across the street from 3 Kings Tavern and easily one of the greatest places to party in Denver.

There is also no shortage of other great bars and restaurants in the area for attendees to visit if they need a break from head-banging. Although both stages are indoors, this will feel like just as much of an outdoor event as people go back and forth between the two venues that will run simultaneously through both evenings. Hey hey, my my, rock n’ roll sure ain’t fuckin’ dying in Denver!

LINEUP

Friday June 16
Headliner: TBA
Support: Sourvein, Slow Season, Goya, R.I.P., The Well, Glitter Wizard, Monarch, Muscle Beach, The Munsens, Communion, Lords of Beacon House, Greenbeard, Oryx, Smokey Mirror, High on the Mountain

Saturday June 17
Headliner: Acid King
Support: Electric Citizen, The Heavy Eyes, Destroyer of Light, Crypt Trip, Cloud Catcher, Love Gang, Barrows, Great Electric Quest, Red Wizard, Banquet, Ocelot (performing as Feather Stone), Jagged Mouth, Pueblo Escobar, Urn

Flier art by Christina Hunt
Flier layout by Keith Dreissen

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Goya, “Misanthropy on High” live at Electric Funeral Fest 2016

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Oryx Announce “Immune to Light Tour”

Posted in Whathaveyou on May 31st, 2016 by JJ Koczan

From Tijuana, Mexico, to Rochester, New York, there’s little by way of ground that the upcoming tour from Denver two-piece Oryx aren’t looking to cover. Unless you count Canada, I guess. Or the rest of Mexico. Or other places. Point is the tour is fucking extensive. It starts on June 30 and runs until damn near September as they head out in support of their recently-issued split with Languish (review/stream here), offered up through respected Arizona imprint Battleground Records. They’re calling the run the “Immune to Light Tour,” which if you haven’t yet stopped reading this and immediately clicked down to peruse the tour dates and watch their video for “The Singularity” from the split, should give you some notion as to the perspective they’re working from.

The PR wire slipped me this one on the sly, because it’s tricky like that. Dig it:

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ORYX: Denver Sludge/Doom Duo Books Massive Immune To Light US Summer Tour

Denver-based duo, ORYX, will take their piledriving sludge/doom metal out to fans all over the country this Summer, having issued the itinerary for their massive Immune To Light Tour 2016. The bruising venture will see the twosome delivering their bruising tunes to at least forty-one cities between June 30th and August 21st, with the final venues and cities being locked up now.

The Immune To Light Tour 2016 will see ORYX delivering the tunes from their split with Languish, which was released via Battleground Records in April of this year. Drummer Abbey Apple and guitarist/vocalist Tommy Davis deliver a full backline’s worth of damage on their half of the split, including an uncannily brutal Corrupted cover, their all-encompassing hymns swelling with dynamic excursions through the slow-motion realms of demolition. ORYX floods the listener with a deluge of downtuned amplification, polluted quicksand, toxic garbage, and broken hopes, bringing to mind the works of Grief, Electric Wizard, Corrupted, Ufomammut, and the like.

The ORYX/LANGUISH split LP is available through Battleground Records in a run of 300 copies on 180-gram black wax including a digital download, available HERE.

ORYX’ The Immune To Light Tour 2016:
6/30/2016 Replay Lounge – Lawrence, KS
7/01/2016 PMD – Columbia, MO
7/02/2016 Springwater – Nashville, TN
7/03/2016 TBA – Memphis, TN
7/06/2016 The Jinx – Savannah, GA
7/07/2016 Space Station – Orlando, FL
7/08/2016 Kreepy Tiki – Ft. Lauderdale, FL
7/09/2016 The Atlantic – Gainesville, FL
7/10/2016 Shantytown – Jacksonville, FL
7/11/2016 Woodshop – Baton Rouge, LA
7/12/2016 Siberia – New Orleans, LA
7/13/2016 Hi-Tones – San Antonio, TX
7/14/2016 The Lost Well – Austin, TX
7/15/2016 Three Links – Dallas, TX
7/16/2016 The Sandbox – El Paso, TX
7/17/2016 Mods Bar – Tijuana, MX
7/18/2016 Merrow Bar – San Diego, CA
7/19/2016 Deth Haus – Las Vegas, NV
7/20/2016 Que Sara – Long Beach, CA
7/21/2016 Golden Bull – Oakland, CA
7/22/2016 Starlite – Sacramento, CA
7/23/2016 Double Treble – Portland, OR
7/24/2016 Highline Bar – Seattle, WA
7/25/2016 Obsidian Bar – Olympia, WA
7/26/2016 Wastelander Studios – Boise, ID
7/28/2016 Babe House – Laramie, WY
7/29/2016 Spigot – Lincoln, NE
7/30/2016 Wisco Pub – Madison, WI
8/03/2016 Shakespeare’s – Kalamazoo, MI
8/04/2016 New Dodge Lounge – Detroit, MI
8/05/2016 Skeletunes Lounge – Ft. Wayne, IN
8/06/2016 Starbar – Columbus, OH
8/08/2016 Bug Jar – Rochester, NY
8/09/2016 Alternative Gallery – Allentown, PA
8/12/2016 Shred Shed – Philadelphia, PA
8/14/2016 TBA – Winston Salem, NC
8/15/2016 TBA – Asheville, NC
8/17/2016 The Hideaway – Johnson City, TN
8/18/2016 Highlands Bar – Louisville, KY
8/19/2016 Lost Cross House – Carbondale, IL
8/21/2016 The Elbow Room – Wichita, KS

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Oryx Premiere “Dios Injusto” from Split LP with Languish

Posted in audiObelisk on March 30th, 2016 by JJ Koczan

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Denver two-piece Oryx and Tucson foursome Languish release their new split LP April 1 on Battleground Records. Aside from both having their roots in the Southwest (Oryx are from New Mexico originally), the bands share an abiding vision of doomed extremity, Oryx tempering their elephantine lumber with a darker, YOB-style cosmosis, and Languish moving between lurch and blasting grind at a moment’s notice. Each act has its own take, but it quickly becomes clear that both earn the blacks and greys of the split’s cover art, which feels obscure and barren in all the right ways.

Included on the A side is a cover of Corrupted‘s “Dios Injusto.” The story goes that when Oryx — guitarist/vocalist Tommy Davis and drummer Abbey Apple — decided to take the track on, Battleground honcho David Rodgers (also of Godhunter) hit up the infamous Japanese doomers, who thought it was a live version of their own. One would be hard pressed to think of a better compliment to pay a cover than to have the original artist think it’s their work, and as legacies oryx languish split covergo, living up to Corrupted is no minor feat. It is third of the three songs Oryx present for the split, a thick tonal concrete poured directly into the lungs, and departs from the more uptempo roll of “The Singularity” and the rumbling plod of “Immune to Light” preceding in favor of an even nastier take.

Over on the B side, Languish meet the challenge head-on in 10 roman numeral-numbered fits of grinding sludge, challenging the listener to figure out where one song/part ends and the next begins with a series of stops and starts, changes in tempo and vibe, growls and shouts bolstering the violent inclinations on display. Deceptively precise as the style they’re working in would demand, Languish nonetheless provide excellent complement to the tonal weight proffered by Oryx, who in kind set the darkened atmospherics that make Languish‘s viciousness feel all the more affecting. One group adding context and richness to the other — it’s pretty much the best case scenario for a release like this one, and as deep as Oryx and Languish go into the tonal and conceptual abyss in which they seem to abide, the more righteous the trip becomes.

Below, you can find the streaming premiere of “Dios Injusto,” followed by Rodgers‘ story about securing permission for the band to use the cover on the LP, as well as the preorder link. Album is out on Friday.

Enjoy:

David Rodgers (Godhunter, Battleground Records) on “Dios Injusto”:

“I went to Nate Carson of Nanotear Booking, who books for Corrupted in the US. He got in touch with Chew through email and there was some confusion at first, mainly due to the language barrier, because Chew thought it was a live song or something unreleased from their catalogue, but once Nate explained that it was a cover, Chew said it was very good and we could do what we wanted with it as far as covering it on the album. It’s pretty nice to get the blessing direct from the band without having to jump through legal hoops and pay expensive fees.”

The ORYX/LANGUISH split LP will see release through Battleground Records on April 1st in a run of 300 copies on 180-gram black wax including a digital download. Preorders are available HERE.

ORYX Live:
4/07/2016 Mutiny Info Café – Denver, CO w/ A Light Among Many, Stone Giant, In Loo, Distended
4/23/2016 Rhinoceropolis – Denver, CO *record release show w/ Athamé, 908, Modok, Hellhound, Alone

LANGUISH Live:
5/06/2016 Club Congress – Tucson, AZ w/ So Hideous, Bosse-De-Nage

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Southwest Terror Fest Starts Tonight

Posted in Whathaveyou on October 10th, 2013 by JJ Koczan

If you’re gonna book your flight to get to Tucson for the Southwest Terror Fest, you might want to get on it. There are only a few hours left till the four-dayer kicks off and time’s a wastin’! There’s a good chance this’ll be the only all-ages show some of these bands play this year,  so for the kids, all the better, but even for an aged cave ogre such as myself, an assemblage that culls toghether Kylesa, Ancestors (one day I will bring them East for a show and it will be glorious; mark my words), SubRosa and Red Fang is worthy of note. In just their second year out, the Southwest Terror Fest crew have not only outdone what they were able to make happen last year, but set the bar pretty high for 2014. Would be nice to make the trip to the desert one of these days…

Until then, I live vicariously through the PR wire:

SOUTHWEST TERROR FEST – Year Of The Snake; Four Days Of Mayhem Takes Over Tucson Tonight

SOUTHWEST TERROR FEST 2013: Year Of The Snake, the second annual installment of the Tucson-based extreme underground music gathering featuring over sixty bands in four days, begins tonight.

A fully DIY undertaking, envisioned and organized by Tucson-based sludgecore instigators GODHUNTER, the SOUTHWEST TERROR FEST is a low-cost event for all ages and brings a one-of-a-kind festival to the Southwestern sector of America. Following the dominant 2012 debut of SWTF, this year’s installment of the now annual outing has more than doubled in duration and has expanded to include a more sizable roster of national acts and dozens more crushing newcomers.

Beginning tonight, October 10th, and running through Sunday the 13th at The Rock, the SOUTHWEST TERROR FEST 2013: Year Of The Snake lineup features Sacred Reich Vehemence, Kylesa, Red Fang, Demon Lung, Ancestors, Subrosa, Landmine Marathon, Early Graves, Theories, Transient, Pinkish Black, Helms Alee, Dog Shredder, Children Of God, ACxDC and literally dozens of other acts hailing from across the vast extreme music subgenre spectrum.

SOUTHWEST TERROR FEST 2013: Year Of The Snakeis sponsored by Earsplit PR, Moon Smoke Shops, Lace Pickups, Cvlt Nation, Zombie Effects Lab, Ear/Splitters, Axe Of Contrition, Acid Reflux Records, Violent Resonance.com, Lindy’s on 4th, Black Rose Tattoo and Sticks N’ Strings Music Center

Any metalhead with an internet connection can stay current with the fest action via Cvlt Nation who will be running day-to-day coverage throughout the entire ordeal.

SOUTHWEST TERROR FEST 2013: Year Of The Snake
10/10-13/2013 The Rock – Tucson, AZ

Thursday, October 10th: Kylesa, Pinkish Black, Sierra, Ancestors, Demon Lung, Godhunter, Anakim, Vanish Twin, Goatroper

Friday, October 11th: Sacred Reich, Landmine Marathon, Vehemence, Transient, Magguts, Cave Dweller, Angelic To Ashes, Necrambulant, Sovereign, Our Daily Trespasses, Lethal Dosage, Casket Birth, Kvasura, Evasion, Eight Legged Horse, Napalm Strike

Saturday, October 12th: Red Fang, Helms Alee, Dog Shredder, Subrosa, Deathkings, Crankbait, Aseethe, Thorncaster, North, Sorxe, Goya, Ladybird, Oryx, Skulldron, Bhorelord, Acidalia, Funerary, Methra, Conqueror Worm, Destroy Her

Sunday, October 13th: Early Graves, Children Of God, Theories, ACxDC, Lost Lands, GAT ROT, Territory, Inoculara, Magnum Force, Sex Prisoner, Seas Will Rise, Sorrower, American Standards, Biocidio, Berith, Freedom Assault, Swamp Wolf, Wookiee Rage, Get A Grip, SLUG

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Godhunter, Wolves (2011)

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