HOUR OF PENANCE, INFESTATION, RAMESSES Confirmed For U.K.'s DEATHFEST - THE SECOND COMING
Italian death metal quartet HOUR OF PENANCE, London's INFESTATION, doom titans RAMESSES and the crushing sludge of PALEHORSE have been confirmed for "Deathfest - The Second Coming", set to take place Sunday, May 2 at Leeds University Union in Leeds, England.
The festival billing is shaping up as follows:
DAWN OF CHAOS
HOUR OF PENANCE
Festival director Gavin McInally said: "Hundreds of tickets have already gone and we're delighted to be able to repay that early support by adding another four top quality extreme metal acts.
"As promised, Deathfest - The Second Coming will have a stunning bill of death metal on our Terrorizer Stage with the PHD Stage offering an alternative of filthy sludge, doom and unsavoury noise.
"With several slots still to be filled, fans can look forward to an unrivalled day of extreme music in the U.K. this May!"
Tickets are on sale now, priced at £19.50 from LeedsTickets.com, Ticketline.co.uk and SeeTickets.co.uk.
For more information, visit www.deathfest.co.uk.
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