The annual post UK Tech-Fest one dayer at London’s New Cross Inn returns on Sunday 11th November with 10 bands taking the stage! The line-up includes a number of bands who have featured at the festival previously as well as a couple of newbies, while the night will be headlined by French Progressive Tech-Metallers Uneven Structure.
Having been announced alongside Ursus and a secret headlining act to replace Norma Jean and Protest The Hero on Sunday 8th July at UK Tech-Fest, Loathe have announced a warm up show on Saturday 7th at The Flapper in Birmingham! To celebrate, here’s fan filmed footage of the Liverpool wrecking ball performing “White Hot” on
While they haven’t announced the well know fact that Protest The Hero have cancelled their European run due to vocal issues and therefore logically their appearance at the Festival, UK Tech-Fest have announced the Workshop and After Parties splits. Those arriving on the Thursday will perhaps get the choicest of the pickings with Of Virtue
You read that right. For the second year running the UK Tech-Fest organisers have been left to find a “secret” headliner with the news, announced earlier today that Protest The Hero have been forced to cancel their remaining “Fortress” anniversary dates due to vocal issues. You can read all about that over at The PRP.
UK Tech-Fest have made their 3rd festival line-up announcement with an additional 23 bands added to the already stella line-up! From our speculation and advanced knowledge article yesterday only Heart Of A Coward have been added, which means the organizers are holding back some choice acts. The festival also has two nominations for upcoming awards,
At 12:00 GMT tomorrow, UK Tech-Fest will announce a 23 band addition to their already amazing line-up for this year’s incarnation. We already know that The Royal will be at the festival having chatted to them at their headlining show in London in March. The likelihood is that Liverpool’s Loathe will also be announced on
Released via Basic Records on 17th November, “Chasm” by Damned Spring Fragrantia is the follow up to 2013’s “Divergences”. Hailing from Parma, Italy, the five piece Tech-Metal crew are UK Tech-Fest bound this summer having previously played the festival in 2013. Having started out as a Deathcore band with Metalcore tinges in the early years,
One of the more surprising announcements on the lineup for UK Tech-Fest 2018 was Japanese Metalcore crew Crystal Lake. They did have a number of sold out dates on our shores in November, so that speaks volumes for their draw. Here’s a full set to sink your teeth into from them at Fever Diatabashi in