Word has gotten out that a brand new metal festival is being planned for later this year in Lahore, Pakistan. There is already an events page going where you can keep yourself up to date with latest news and information: https://www.facebook.com/events/1591748247746265/
Information that they’ve already announced can be found below.
We’re fucking STOKED for Pakistan right now with all these great things starting to happen there! Once we get more information we’ll let you know!
Karachi Butcher Clan – unrelenting death metal assault from Karachi, featuring the true veterans of the Pakistani Metal scene. Playing for the first time in Lahore!
Takatak – Lahori metal heavyweights return to the stage! Famous for starting mosh pits all across the country.
Dionysus – Local Lahori favorites and masters of the art of extreme metal. They’ve been dormant for some time but now is the time for this Black/Death/Doom beast to awaken!
Inferner – Hailing from Rawalpindi and one of Pakistan’s premier metal bands, having shared the stage with the likes of Mayhem in Dubai. They have also recently released their debut EP and will be playing tracks from it at the show.
Multinational Corporations – Hateful, angry and always aggressive, the MxCx grindcore crew will be making an appearance at the show, playing their acclaimed Jamat-al-Maut EP in entirety!
Tabahi – pure old school thrash metal from Karachi. They released a killer album last year, and this will be their first show in Lahore!
Blackhour – Islamabad’s Blackhour brings a taste of classic heavy metal to Lahore! The experienced ensemble will be making yet another appearance in our city.
Irritum – Funeral Doom from Lahore that brings Doom to its horrific, evocative roots. They’ve been working on their album for a year now, as well as playing gigs across the country. You know what to expect!
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