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8 More Bands Added To Mosh Against Cancer Coventry 2017!

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8 more bands have been added to Mosh Against Cancer Coventry 2017! MACC will be held on 6th – 9th April 2017 and  after a successful inaugural show – where they raised £1,300 – they will once more be raising money for Teenage Cancer Trust.

The Mosh Against Cancer Coventry team can now reveal 8 more bands who’ve been added to the event’s line-up!

Cerebral Fix: Friday headliner

Cerebral Fix are an English crossover/thrash band formed in Birmingham in 1986. They became members of the UK thrash metal and death metal scenes through four albums, three of which were on major labels before finally disbanding in 1993. In 2006, the band announced its reformation.
With a new album recently released, Cerebral Fix are staking their place back at the top of the mountain.

Torqued: First ever show

Formed in August 2016, and no strangers to the touring circuit, Torqued have emerged from the ashes of several bands, including Mad Hatter 2.0. Drummer Tats currently plays in Loft, who played Bloodstock 2015.
With plenty more gigs all over the UK already announced, this will be Torqued’s first ever show!
https://www.facebook.com/Torquedband/

Basement Torture Killings: 10-year anniversary
2017 will see the 10th anniversary of former Mosh against Cancer Liverpool headliners and they will be hitting the road for selected dates to celebrate.

Vicious Nature:
Formed in 2012 by former members of Marshall Law, Cerebral Fix and Cloven Hoof

Other bands added:
Left For Red
Temple Of Lies
Back Down Or Die
Devils Playground

The next batch of band announcements for Mosh Against Cancer Coventry 2017 will be in December.

Weekend tickets are available now for £20!

The line up so far:
Cerebral Fix
Gehtika
Dakesis
Re-Animator
Bull-Riff Stampede
Sanguine
Divine Chaos
Mage
Eradikator
Torqued
I Saw The World Burn
Killer hurts
The Heretic Order
Line Of Fire
Ded Orse
Master Charger
Basement Torture Killings
Back Down Or Die
Devils Playground
Vicious Nature
Left For Red
Temple Of Lies

Here’s a lovely looking poster that sums it all up….

Mosh against Cancer Coventry poster 1

 

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I love Heavy Metal. Always have. Always will. As editor of Worship Metal - a site dedicated to being as positive about Metal and its myriad of sub-genres as possible - my aim is to 'worship' Metal through honest reviews, current news and a wide variety of features; offering the same exposure to underground bands as we do to mainstream/well known acts. Our mantra; the bands are partners and we exist to serve the bands \m/

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