Lincoln’s Crash Doubt Festival 2 have confirmed a new bunch of bands to join this year’s already stellar line-up, including More Than Life and Azriel. All newly confirmed acts to this year’s bill are listed below:
Tags: All Eyes West, Azriel, Bad Ideas, Crash Doubt Festival, Crossbreaker, Empires Fade, Empty Handed, Fighting Fiction, Isolated, Moral Dilemma, More Than Life, The Liberation Service, Tim Vantol, Veils
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Note: As only three members of the site were able to review the festival weekend, we were sadly unable to cover every band performing throughout the day.
Extended to a full three-day weekend and being one of the only festivals to be hosted at a wild animal park, Hevy is most definitely a unique beast that’s growing from strength-to-strength year after year since its creation. With such great acts like Sonic Boom Six, Basement and Flood Of Red kicking off the festival weekend, it’s sure to follow in similar great fashion.
Tags: Basement, Carcer City, Crossbreaker, Departures, Don Broco, Flood Of Red, Hevy Festival, Lost Boys, Lower Than Atlantis, Max Raptor, Never Means Maybe, Sonic Boom Six, Steel Rules Die, Tek-One, The Bottlenex, The First, Turbogeist
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Not many music festivals are held at animal parks where you can visit the animals alongside seeing some of your favourite bands, but Hevy is certainly one that provides just that. Now with music spread across for a three day weekend, it’s better than ever before. We managed to catch a bunch of shots whilst there, with the Friday event kicking the whole weekend into gear with three great stages of acts.
Featuring: Crossbreaker, Never Means Maybe, Basement, Flood Of Red, Lost Boys, Carcer City and Lower Than Atlantis.
Date: August 7th, 2011
Venue: Hevy Festival, Kent
Interviewer: Josh Peett
Welsh hardcore boys Crossbreaker have been noted as ones to watch out for by many in the scene, and with the spectacle created at this year’s Hevy Festival there’s good reason why that’s so. We caught up with Josh Smith and Thomas Philips to talk about the set, their forthcoming release and a few other things the band have got coming to us very soon:
A further 11 acts have been added to the line-up for this year’s Hevy Festival, including UK festival exclusives from both Defeater and Make Do And Mend. Here’s the full list of newly added bands:
Lower Than Atlantis
Make Do And Mend
Hevy takes place on August 5th – August 8th. For more information and to purchase tickets, head to the festival’s official website.