Decimate Metalfest Announces First Bands For 2018 Lineup


Gearing up for the first annual year of brutality, Decimate Metalfest announced Chaos Being, Accostal, Hazzerd, Widow's Peak, From The Wolves and Hammerdrone as the first batch of local bands to be added to the 2018 line up for the three night festival descending on Calgary, Alberta Canada from June 7th - 9th at Distortion Live Venue. DMF organizer Sloan Voxx comments: "There is so much incredible talent in our city and we are very fortunate to have the pleasure of working with so many of them. We feel that the locals we have included on the first annual Decimate Metalfest are a wonderful asset to our fest and will round this bill out perfectly!" Weekend passes for the festival are available (single tickets to be sold at a late date) at this location.

ChaosBeing's sound is best described as new age technical metal mixed with classic thrash. It is a well-orchestrated blend of melody and monstrosity.

Accostal is a blend of old school thrash riffs, pounding fast bass, drums and exciting vocal styles coupled with harmonies that are sure to get your fists in the air.

Hazzerd is an 80's styled thrash metal band closely following the roots of thrash legends such as Megadeth, Anthrax, Overkill, and Metallica.

Widow's Peak spews forth a unique and ferocious assault of death metal delivered through dynamic and unrelenting drumming, dissonant and technical riffs, crushing layers of vocals and blistering solos.

From The Wolves brings you hard hitting deathcore with heavy hardcore influences.

Hammerdrone mixes up intense aggression, dark atmosphere and elegant melodies to deliver songs that are both epic and catchy.

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