New England Metal & Hardcore Festival 2013: Lineup & Details Announced

by | Jan 9, 2013

Bands and details have been announced for New England Metal & Hardcore Festival 2013, celebrating its 15th anniversary.

Set to take place in Worcester, Massachusetts at The Palladium, the festival will run from April 19th-21st.

Headlining acts this year include Anthrax, who will be performing their Among The Living album in its entirety, plus Hatebreed, Opeth, and Suicidal Tendencies. The confirmed lineup thus far follows:

Anthrax
Hatebreed
Opeth
Suicidal Tendencies
After The Burial
Alpha & Omega
Antagonist AD
Ark Of The Covenant
Black Breath
Born Of Osiris
The Contortionist
Dead By Wednesday
Death Before Dishonor
Ensiferum
Erra
Exodus
Expire
Fit For An Autopsy
Heidevolk
Hellsot
Holy Grail
I Declare War
Incendiary
Katatonia
Legion
The Mongoloids
Mother Of Mercy
Municipal Waste
No Mercy
Power Trip
Rude Awakening
Saving Grace
Shadows Fall
Suburban Scum
Those Who Fear
Trap Them
Trollfest
Twitching Tongues
Tyr
Within The Ruins
Xibalba

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