Tuesday, 10 May 2011

Damnation Fest 2011 - Update

Damnation Festival announces 3 more bands for its 2011 line up

AVANT-GARDE Norwegians ULVER will play their first and only UK show outside London when they headline the Terrorizer Stage at Damnation Festival. The experimental collective will top the bill in an exclusive performance where they will showcase material from their latest 'War of the Roses' offering.

Joining them will be the black jazz of their countrymen SHINING and London's doom tinged instrumental four piece ASTROHENGE at Leeds Union University on Bonfire Night, Saturday, November 5.

The three genre-morphing acts add to the already stellar lineup of Decapitated, Doom, Amplifier and Dragged Into Sunlight at the seventh edition of the UK's finest metal event, with headliners and many more bands yet to be announced across at least three stages.

Festival director Gavin McInally, said: "We're generally excited about the bands we confirm, but the capture of Ulver for an exclusive show - and their first in the UK outside the London - is a bit special.

"The unique black jazz of Shining and experimental slabs of metal of Astrohenge are also fitting examples of what Damnation Festival is all about - offering fans something a bit different to well worn line-ups hosted across the country.

"We're throwing everything we have at making this line-up our best yet and with the continued support of the fans, Damnation Festival 2011, will be another blinding chapter not to be missed."

Tickets are on sale now priced £29 and are available from See Tickets: www.seetickets.com, Ticketline: www.ticketline.co.uk and Leeds Tickets: www.leedstickets.com

For more information visit the official Damnation Festival sites:

Web – http://www.damnationfestival.co.uk
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Twitter – http://twitter.com/damnationfest
Myspace - http://www.myspace.com/damnationfestival

1 comment:

The Thing That Should Not Be said...

I'll be there with bells on for Shining and Ulver, the rest of 'em can get fucked. The irony of the fact that Ulver's new record is pretty damn far from 'metal' yet they're playing to Erroizer readers is not lost on me. the first person to start shouting for stuff of Kveldsanger gets my boot in their stupid fucking mouth.