TOURNIQUET Confirmed For California's BEYOND THE MOUNTAIN Festival

Christian thrash metallers TOURNIQUET have been confirmed for the Beyond the Mountain festival, set to take place on August 27-28 in San Bernadino, California. The band is scheduled to perform on Saturday, August 27 between 9:45 and 11:15 p.m. Other acts scheduled to appear at the festival include HOLY SOLDIER, WHITECROSS, GUARDIAN, DELIVERANCE, BARREN CROSS, ONCE DEAD, SACRED WARRIOR, NEON CROSS, RECON, SAINT, ULTIMATUM, LAUDAMUS, TOWER OF HUNDRED, 39 LASHES, REACHING FOR MERCY and DEMIZE.

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Late last year, TOURNIQUET were rejoined by longtime friend, guitarist Aaron Guerra. The band's last studio release, 2003's "Where Moth and Rust Destroy" (Metal Blade), featured special guest appearances by guitarists Marty Friedman (ex-MEGADETH) and Bruce Franklin (TROUBLE). Check out pictures from the band's appearance at the Bobfest metal festival in Sweden in March of this year at this location.


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