DAMNATION FESTIVAL 2016: Final Line-Up Revealed

Hang the Bastard to play their last ever show at the festival.

The final band additions to Leeds’ Damnation Festival have been revealed. The final additions complete another staggering artist line-up at one of the best UK festivals. The event will take place on 5 November 2016 at Leeds University Union. Read the info from the festival organisers below.

English death metallers, Ingested, Irish doom trio, Dread Sovereign, and Portuguese avant-garde rock outfit, Sinistro head up the final additions to this year’s Damnation Festival.

They will be joined by Hang The Bastard – who will play their final show at the event – Hark, Venom Prison, Employed To Serve, Mithras and The Infernal Sea.

And showcasing some of the UK’s finest emerging bands, from power-violence to post rock, Gets Worse, Dialects, Svalbard, Darkher and Kroh complete the four-stage line-up.

The final additions bolster Damnation Festival’s most ambitious bill to date, with Electric Wizard, ABBATH and Cult of Luna featuring Julie Christmas all performing exclusive headline sets on the Jagermeister Stage while Enslaved celebrate 25 years with a closing performance on the Terrorizer Stage.

Elsewhere, UFOMAMMUT will headline the Eyesore Merch Stage and Akercocke, Black Tusk, Bossk and Ne Obliviscaris highlight the depth and diversity of the 12th Damnation Festival, which will take place on Saturday, November 5, at Leeds University Union.

Tickets, priced just £38, are on sale now via andon Facebook.


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