Southern black metal/sludge masters GOATWHORE will be heading over to the MTV2 studios in New York City on Wednesday, November 29 to tape their "Headbanger's Ball" segment, which will air on Saturday, December 2. The band's video for "Alchemy of the Black Sun Cult" will air this Saturday, November 11.
As previously reported, GOATWHORE has been confirmed for next year's Seattle Metal Festival. Returning after a three-year hiatus, the Seattle Metal Festival will take place on January 20, 2007 at The Showbox in Seattle, Washington. This year's lineup — a mixture of metal veterans from the U.S. and abroad, as well as up-and-coming national acts — will be: OVERKILL, GOD FORBID, DESTRUCTION, INTO ETERNITY, GOATWHORE, THE HUMAN ABSTRACT, MNEMIC, and ARSIS.
Tickets go on sale Saturday, November 11 through Tickets West and The Showbox box office, as well as www.seattlemetalfest.com, Silver Platters in Seattle, and Scrape Records in Vancouver, B.C. The Showbox is located at 1426 1st Ave. in Seattle, WA. Tickets will be $25.00 advance and $30.00 day of show. This is an all-ages event with alcohol available for purchase to those at least 21 years old with ID.
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