TIMES OF GRACE, UNEARTH, DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT Confirmed For SOUNDWAVE REVOLUTION

TIMES OF GRACE, DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT, UNEARTH and BLACK VEIL BRIDES will take part in what is shaping up to be a new Australian travelling festival dubbed Soundwave Revolution, with an expected launch date of September 24, 2011.

The festival billing is shaping up as follows (in alphabetical order):

BLACK VEIL BRIDES
DESTROY REBUILD UNTIL GOD SHOWS
DEVIN TOWNSEND PROJECT
EVERY TIME I DIE
FOUR YEAR STRONG
FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND
HELLOGOODBYE
HELLYEAH
IN THIS MOMENT
MADINA LAKE
MAKE DO AND MEND
SET YOUR GOALS
SKINDRED
STEEL PANTHER
STORY OF THE YEAR
TERRIBLE THINGS
THE ACACIA STRAIN
THE DAMNED THINGS
THE DANGEROUS SUMMER
THE SWELLERS
THE WORD ALIVE
THIS PROVIDENCE
TIMES OF GRACE
UNEARTH
WE ARE THE IN CROWD
WE ARE THE OCEAN
WHITECHAPEL
YOUNG GUNS
ZEBRAHEAD

More details will be revealed via the festival's official web site.

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