NAZXUL And INFERNAL METHOD Pull Out Of Australia's BLOODLUST V Festival

According to PyroMusic.net, NAZXUL and INFERNAL METHOD have pulled out of the Bloodlust V festival, set to take place Saturday, July 9 at Blacktown RSL in Sydney, Australia. Replacing them on the bill will be CARBON, DENOUNCEMENT PYRE and LYCANTHIA. The updated lineup for the festival is as follows:

RAVEN BLACK NIGHT
DARKLORD
GOSPEL OF THE HORNS
DAWN OF AZAZEL
GRENADE
POD PEOPLE
REV. KRISS HADES
STONE WINGS
CARBON
INTENSE HAMMER RAGE
KILL FOR SATAN
M.S.I.
CAULDRON BLACK RAM
DENOUNCEMENT PYRE
LYCANTHIA
CHAOTIC IMPURITY
BACKYARD MORTUARY

Tickets will be priced AUS $35 and will go on sale June 6 from Utopia Records (city), Beatdisc (Parramatta), Repressed records (Penrith), and Blacktown RSL.

For more information, visit the official web site: www.bloodlust.com.au.

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