Southwest Terror Fest Approaching Fast

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Just a reminder, kids.

We are less than two weeks away from the first ever Southwest Terror Fest, what hopes to be an annual event in the Tucson, Arizona-area.

The fest will bring 32 extreme musical acts together in Tucson, Arizona on October 19 and October 20.
Need a reminder on whose playing? Of course you do.

Bereft, who are ungodly, are playing, as is Hull, Sons of Tonatiuh, Diseased Reason, and Godhunter.

Ladybird, North, Lago, Toad, Sorrower, and Pigeonwing are also booked.

The entrance fee for the fest is a meager $15 for both days. You can’t beat that with a bat.

The good folks at Earsplit PR are sponsoring the main stage and Metalifestyle.com is sponsoring the second stage.

Here’s how the fest’s looking.

October 19 [doors at 6pm]

Earsplit PR Stage:

7:00 – Thorncaster

8:00 – Enirva

9:00 – Cave Dweller

10:00 – Twingiant

11:00 – TOAD

12:00 – Diseased Reason

Metalifestyle.com Stage:

6:30 – Yeti Ender

7:30 – Powered Wig Machine

8:30 – Methra

9:30 – Territory

10:30 – Anakim

11:30 – Hell Follows

October 20 [doors at 2pm]

Earsplit PR Stage:

2:30 – Blighter

3:30 – Monger

4:30 – Swampwolf

5:30 – Sorrower

6:30 – Seas Will Rise

7:30 – Rise Of The Willing

8:30 – Ladybird

9:30 – Pigeonwing

10:30 – Sons Of Tonatiuh

11:30 – Hull

12:30 – Bereft

Metalifestyle.com Stage:

3:00 – Why Bother?

4:00 – Blister Unit

5:00 – Bloody Corpse Dismemberment

6:00 – Lago

7:00 – Flying Donkey Punch

8:00 – Our Daily Trespasses

9:00 – Vanish Twin

10:00 – Godhunter

11:00 – North

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About Chris Harris

Chris Harris is an internationally-published music journalist and writer whose work has appeared on the pages of Rolling Stone, IFC, Revolver, Alternative Press, and Radar. The former news editor for Noisecreep, Harris also served as co-host for the site’s weekly podcast, “Creep Show." Before that, he spent four years writing for MTV News.