VITAL REMAINS, ENTOMBED, VISCERAL BLEEDING and MISERY INDEX are among the first confirmed bands for this year's Neurotic Deathfest, set to take place May 29-30 at 013 in Tilburg, Holland.
The festival billing is shaping up as follows:
DAWN OF AZAZEL (NZ)
ENGINE OF DOOM (NL)
HAIL OF BULLETS (NL)
HOUR OF PENANCE (IT)
LENG TCH'E (BE)
MISERY INDEX (USA)
ROTTEN SOUND (FI)
THE NEW DOMINION (NL)
TORTURE KILLER (FI)
VISCERAL BLEEDING (SE)
VITAL REMAINS (USA)
A total of 36 bands will perform at the event.
Commented the organizers: "This year we will introduce the special 'early bird' package. In the first month of the whole pre-sale period you can buy your weekend tickets with a 7.5 euro discount. This action will start on February 21, and will run all the way to March 20. After March 20, the weekend tickets will cost the regular price again."
Ticket prices are as follows:
Weekend ticket: 55 euros
Friday ticket: 30 euros
Saturday ticket: 30 euros
"Early bird" weekend ticket: 47.50 euros (until March 20)
For more information, visit www.neuroticdeathfest.com.
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