Lineup Announced For New England Metal and Hardcore Festival

Job For A Cowboy

The lineup for one of my favorite annual festivals has been announced.

The New England Metal and Hardcore Festival — also known as “Sodom and Gomorrah with bands” — is an intercontinental caucus of cretins who love crushing, face-melting metal. This blitzkrieg to the senses and soul happens during April each year, drawing 2,000-odd metalheads and Suicide Girl aspirants a day from as far as Germany and Sweden, from as close as three bus stops away.

The fest has been scheduled for April 14, April 15, and April 16 at the Palladium in Worcester, Massachusetts and tickets ago on sale February 4. The lineup — which includes Between The Buried and Me, Hatebreed, Skeletonwitch, Biohazard, Dying Fetus, A Life Once Lost, The Ocean, Job For A Cowboy, Born Of Osiris, and 3 Inches of Blood — after the jump. The first day is the definition of poop.

New England Metal and Hardcore Festival lineup by day:

Thursday, April 14
Attack Attack!
Vanna
MyChildren MyBride
Our Last Night
Stray From The Path
Arsonists Get All The Girls
Bullet For Pretty Boy
Lions Lions
Armor For The Broken
This Or The Apocalypse
I The Breather
Across The Sun
Too Late The Hero
Attila
Plea For Purging
Dr. Acula
The Crimson Armada
Legacy
Counterparts
Legion

Friday, April 15
Biohazard
Bury Your Dead
Terror
Cruel Hand
Your Demise
Thy Will Be Done
This Is Hell
The Carrier
Suffocate
Murder Death Kill
Stick To Your Guns
Trapped Under Ice
First Blood
Lionheart
Shai Hulud
Close Your Eyes
Legend
Monsters
The Great Commission
The Greenery
Hundreth
King Conquer
Betrayal

Saturday, April 16
Hatebreed
Between The Buried And Me
Job For A Cowboy
The Ocean
Carnifax
Oceano
Born Of Osiris
Dying Fetus
Skeletonwitch
Lazarus A.D.
Beneath The Massacre
Tony Danza Tap Dance Extravaganza
3 Inches Of Blood
Within The Ruins
Contortionist
Volumes
Molotov Solution
Nails
Hung
Sons Of Aurelius
A Life Once Lost
Confrontation
Last Chance To Reason
Revocation
Structures
Withered
Wretched

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