Legendary Swedish grindcore merchants GENERAL SURGERY have been confirmed for the Fuck The Commerce festival, set to take place May 20-22 in Neiden/Torgau, Germany. Also scheduled to appear are BRODEQUIN, DISGORGE, GORATORY, LITURGY, BIRDFLESH, CLITEATER and DEFLORACE, with more acts soon to be announced.For more information on the Fuck The Commerce festival, click here. As previously reported, GENERAL SURGERY will be supported by RELEVANT FEW (featuring GARDENIAN, ex-GOOSEFLESH bassist Robert Hakemo) and INVOKED at their February 14 appearance at Club Nocturnal in Gothenburg. The concert, which will mark GENERAL SURGERY's first show in 14 years, will be followed by a "smaller headlining tour" in April, with a couple of additional festival appearances to follow in the summer. GENERAL SURGERY recently parted ways with bassist Andreas Eriksson. Andreas, who "left the band due to other commitments," is being replaced on a stand-in basis by REGURGITATE's Glenn Sykes.
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