DYING FETUS, ATROCIOUS ABNORMALITY, DETERIORATION and INHUMAN DISSILIENCY are among the newly confirmed bands for the first annual New England Deathfest, set to take place August 9-10 at the Jeep Shop (206 Chalkstone Avenue) in Providence, Rhode Island.
The festival billing is shaping up as follows:
TERMINALLY YOUR ABORTED GHOST
THE PARTISAN TURBINE
The NEDF was created to showcase a gamut of brutal bands from all over the New England area alongside a lethal lineup of groups from all over the U.S.
There will be two-day advance passes available for $35, and one-day advance passes will be $20. These prices will be effective until one month before the festival (July 9), and payment will be available through PayPal and money order. Prices at the door for two-day passes will be $40, and one-day passes at the door will be $25. Tickets will be on sale shortly.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/newenglanddeathfest.
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