CULT OF LUNA are Back from Hiatus to Play Psycho California

by | Jan 15, 2015

Just when you thought Cult of Luna were going to be in hibernation for a while, it turns out they’ll be back in action this summer for the Psycho California festival in SoCal.

The band has been confirmed as one of the headliners at the festival alongside Sleep and Pentagram, who will be joined by a slew of artists, including Russian Circles, Kylesa, Earth, Old Man Gloom, Pallbearer, Cave In, Death By Stereo, Author & Punisher, and many others.

We know you thought you got rid of us last year, in fact so did we. However, like a bad rash we have decided to return. Because when a festival like @psychocalifornia not only ask you to headline but show you a list of already confirmed bands that ensures that it is going to be the festival to end all festivals you first pinch your arm and then you say “yes!”.

Psycho California takes place on May 15th – 17th at The Observatory in Santa Ana.

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