MISERY INDEX, DECAPITATED Confirmed For Holland's NEUROTIC DEATHFEST
MISERY INDEX and DECAPITATED have been confirmed for next year's edition of the Neurotic Deathfest, set to take place April 29-30, 2011 at 013 and MIDI theatre in Tilburg, Holland.
The festival billing is shaping up as follows (in alphabetical order):
CARNIVORE DIPROSOPUS (CO)
CRIPPLE BASTARDS (IT)
GENERAL SURGERY (SE)
GRAVE (SE) (special "Into The Grave" set)
MISERY INDEX (US)
PROSTITUTE DISFIGUREMENT (NL)
A total of 42 bands will perform at the event on four stages.
A new addition to the Neurotic Deathfest is a campsite which gives visitors an opportunity to get affordable accommodation near the festival. The campsite is located on Safaricamp Beekse Bergen, just outside Tilburg, and is limited to 600 people. Transportation from and to the campsite will be available during the festival.
For more information, visit www.neuroticdeathfest.com.
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