Kansas death metallers ORIGIN will invade British shores bringing their technical brutality to UK Deathfest.

They will be joined by legendary Brummies BENEDICTION and U.K. rising death/grind talent INFECTED DISARRAY in wreaking havoc on Leeds in May.

The trio join a bill of uncompromising extreme noise at Leeds University Union on Sunday, May 3 for the 16-band, two-stage event which is being organized by the team behind Damnation Festival.

The festival billing is shaping up as follows:


THE ROTTED frontman Ben McCrow said: "Having played on the bill of the first Damnation Festival, I'm proper looking forward to being a part of the first of what I hope will be many Deathfests! Respect to Damnation for putting so much weight behind extreme music in the U.K.! This is gonna be a killer day!"

For more information, visit www.deathfest.co.uk.


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