CATTLE DECAPITATION Confirmed For San Francisco's 'Slaughter By The Water' Festival
San Diego extreme metallers CATTLE DECAPITATION has been confirmed for the second annual Slaughter By The Water festival, set to take place June 25 at San Francisco, California's Craneway Pavilion, the 45,000-square-foot faculty that floats on 25 breathtaking water front acres with a 180-degree view of the entire Bay. Also scheduled to appear are AUTOPSY, WHIPLASH, ZOMBIE HOLOCAUST, VINDICATOR, DREAD and WITCHAVEN.
Tickets will go on sale March 25.
The first edition of Slaughter By The Water took place in April 2010 at the Oakland Metro. The show was incredibly successful, with 900 thrash metal fans in attendance from all over the Bay Area. The event featured performances by TOXIC HOLOCAUST, FUELED BY FIRE, BONDED BY BLOOD, GOLERS, PRAYERS OF SANITY, FOG OF WAR and many more.
For more information, visit www.slaughterbythewater.com.
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