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February 12th, 2012

Sunday Slaylist: Bonecrusher Festival 2012

Carnifex 2011 promo photo Thrash Hits

We’re keeping things nice and simple for this week’s Slaylist. This evening, the 2012 incarnation of Bonecrusher Festival has rolled into town, and we’re heading down to the Camden Underworld to check it out. What better way to get us in the mood than with a Slaylist of all the band’s taking part this year?

Headlined by Carnifex, but also appearing on the bill are Beneath The Massacre, Within The Ruins, Molotov Solution, and Betraying The Martyrs. We’re sure we could come up with some provocative comment here, deliberately mistakenly highlighting certain bands on the bill as deathcore or death metal (dependent on how much each deliberate error would likely get certain death-metal purist sections of internet’s collective backs up), but we really can’t be arsed.

Listen to our Sunday Slaylist: Bonecrusher Festival 2012

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Bonecrusher Festival 2012 poster Thrash Hits

If reading all those dates on the poster is hurting your eyes due to excessive amounts of squinting, here they all are in a larger, fully-readable font-size. You’re welcome.

Bonecrusher Festival 2012 tour dates:
February
12 London Camden Underworld
13 Nottingham Rock City
14 Reading Sub89
15 Manchester Moho Live
16 Aarschot De Klinker Club
17 Paris Divan Du Monde
18 Aarau Kiff
19 Rome Blackout Club
20 Lindau Club Vauderville
21 München Feierwerk
22 Budapest Dürer Kert
23 Wien Szene
24 Leipzig Conne Island
25 Prague Klub Matrix
26 Warsaw Progresja
27 Berlin Magnet
28 Hamburg Logo
March
01 Copenhagen The Rock
02 Münster Sputnikhalle
03 Tilburg 013 (Neurotic Death Fest)

As you can see, it’s going all over Europe over the next five weeks or so. Tickets are available from all the usual places, and will cost you about as much as you expect these days. C’mon, you’ve got Google too – do you need us to dofor you?


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