SIKTH Confirmed For UNDERGROUND UPRISING Festival

Guitar-mangling technical noise-mongers SIKTH will join the mighty PITCHSHIFTER at the PSI Records festival event Underground Uprising on December 15 at the Astoria in London, England.

Commented PITCHSHIFTER frontman JS Clayden: "Mark [Clayden, PITCHSHIFTER bassist] has always been a big fan of SIKTH and he's the one who turned the rest of the band onto them. With PITCHSHIFTER, SIKTH, BREED 77, ARCHITECTS and GALLOWS on the bill, I can't wait to get on stage! Did I mention there's one last as yet unannounced special guest?"

More information about the festival will be announced soon.

SIKTH's Bieler Bros. debut, "Death of a Dead Day", was released on June 6. The CD was produced by members of SIKTH and was mixed by Matt LaPlant at Bieler Bros. Studios in Pompano Beach, Florida.

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