MOSH AGAINST CANCER FESTIVAL announce the first 13 bands
FATangel and Fargo are back at the helm for the 4th annual Mosh Against Cancer Festival which returns 27th June - 30th June 2019 to raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust.
The Mosh Against Cancer team announces a bumper crop of 13 bands to kick start the promotion for 2019’s edition of the festival, which takes place once more at Arches Venue Coventry.
Last year the fundraising event saw a whopping £1600 donated for Teenage Cancer Trust by the many metalheads who attending from all over the UK.
Here are the first 13 bands who will be playing Mosh Against Cancer
Headlining the Friday we see the mighty Ramage Inc. return to Mosh Against Cancer. With the release of their latest album ‘Under The Skin’ Ramage Inc. have gone from strength to strength.
Also announced are Sunday headliners, the awesome Mortishead. Any of you who saw these guys blow the roof of the Sophie Lancaster stage at Bloodstock 2018 will know that Mortishead are the right band to close out Mosh against Cancer 2019.
Also announced are Friday special guests Pelugion and Sunday double special guests Warcrab and Blood Oath.
The first international acts for Mosh against Cancer will be performing this year.
2-piece thrashers Klavium from Trinidad and Tobago are stopping in as part of their first UK tour and the ‘Black Metal Mastodon’ known as Skybrudd from Norway will also be playing.
If this wasn’t enough Mosh Against Cancer also have Killer Hurts returning on the Saturday after their show stopping appearance in previous years.
Also announced are whole host of first timers: Bearfist, Dishonour the Crown, Alpha Omega and Vendetta will all hit the stage Saturday.
Organiser Chris Sams announces one more band:
“The final band in this announcement is a special one for us as it will stamp Topher O’Meagher as the only artist to have played all 4 of the MACCOV events as he returns with his new project, the bleak and beautiful Shaking Corpses who will Perform on the Sunday.”
Tickets are on sale now at early bird prices:
Line up so far:
Dishonour The Crown