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Mammothfest 2015 Make Mammoth Announcement!

Bigger Than Godzilla!

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Brighton’s Mammothfest – October 2nd, 3rd & 4th – lives up to its name with further additions to its already colossal line-up.

Already confirmed are Onslaught, Feed The Rhino, Hang The Bastard, Malefice and many more and just announced are the following:

Nexilva – Extreme Tech Metallers are set to decimate every fibre of your brain. The Sunderland face-smashers always provide an electrifying live show and their set at Mammothfest is likely to be no different! Get prepared for an immense aural battering.

thedealwasforthediamond – following their simply stunning performance at Mammothfest 2014, they return to play Mammothfest’s Stoner Doom stage, more information on this to come soon!

Jonestown – arriving out of nowhere in 2014 and winning Bloodstock’s Battle Of The Bands in Brighton, Jonestown went on to destroy Bloodstock itself. Expect big things!

Bleed Again – going from strength to strength and filling local UK venues with their crushing Hatebreed style vibes, it’s clear big things can be expected from this devastating band!

Sumer – Ones to watch in 2015! London Prog Rockers SUMER will be gracing the stage at Mammothfest for the first time. This heavy, highly original 3 guitar quintet have just released their debut album “The Animal You Are”

OAF – This quirky duo grace Mammothfest for the first time in 2015 bringing with them their hilarious lyrics and songs with titles such as “F*ck Off, Seagull” and “No More Tickets For The Time Machine”. If you don’t catch these guys you’ll regret it. With a new album out, expect uproarious fun and plenty of head-nodding grooves from these Brighton nutcases.

Mammothfest 2015….too good to miss \m/

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