RETRO GRAVE Confirmed For DAYS OF THE DOOMED FEST
RETRO GRAVE, the project led by former TROUBLE drummer Jeff "Oly" Olson, has been confirmed for the Days Of The Doomed Fest, set to take place June 17-18, 2011 at The P.L.A.V. in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Commented Olson: "I'm very excited to play for our friends in the Midwest for the Days Of The Doomed Fest. It's going to be great to perform on stage again. I've missed that! In addition, because I live in southern Maine, I have not yet had the chance to see my longtime TROUBLE friends, Eric Wagner and Ron Holzner, perform with their new bands, BLACKFINGER and EARTHEN GRAVE. I'm looking forward to see them again as well as the latest up and coming bands in the doom scene. Stay tuned for RETRO GRAVE's debut show to be held in New York City soon with my friends from GNAW."
The Days Of The Doomed Fest billing is shaping up as follows:
APOSTLE OF SOLITUDE
BLACKFINGER (feat. Eric Wagner of TROUBLE fame)
EARTHEN GRAVE (feat. former TROUBLE bassist Ron Holzner)
KIN OF ETTINS
RETRO GRAVE (feat. Jeff "Oly" Olson of TROUBLE fame)
Tickets are on sale now. Weekend passes are $40.00 through PayPal using [email protected] for payment.
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