India's 'Most Extreme' Bands Team Up for RESURRECTION 5 Festival

Several of the "best, most brutal, and most extreme" bands from India will be teaming up for the Resurrection 5 festival, set to take place April 9 at the Razzberry Rhinoceros (inside Juhu Hotel) in Juhu Beach, India. The festival billing is shaping up as follows:

COSMIC INFUSION (symphonic black metal; Mumbai)
EXHUMATION (brutal death metal; Mumbai)
KRYPTOS (melodic thrash/old school; Bangalore)
IIIRD SOVEREIGN (death metal; Delhi/Aizwal)
DEMONIC RESURRECTION (demonic metal; Mumbai)
ACRID SEMBLANCE (melodic death/power; Delhi)
MYNDSNARE (technical thrash/death; Bangalore)

Barcode Entertainment will also be releasing The Resurrection Zine issue 2 at the gig, which will be given away for FREE to everyone who comes for the gig. The magazine will feature interviews with some of the best local extreme metal talent, articles, reviews etc.

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