The line-up for the annual New England Metal & Hardcore Festival have been revealed. The festival takes place at the Palladium in Worcester, USA on April 20th to 22nd.

Headliner for Friday is melodic death metallers The Black Dahlia Murder and for Sunday is metalcore act Killswitch Engage. The headliner for Saturday is to be announced on January 2nd.

KSE vocalist Howard Jones says: "Yup, trouble's brewing. It's been great to have time off, but now it's back to business. All the guys in KsE are truly excited to be playing NEMHF again. It's like old times: hanging out with your friends, but they have mustaches now. Come on out, bring a friend and let's make some sweat!"

TBDM vocalist Trevor Strnad fills in: "It has always been a huge pleasure to play New England Metal And Hardcore Fest… I can't thank them enough for involving us again. Some of my fondest drunken memories are from NEMHF... I'm looking to rack up a few more!!! Come out and bang your heads til they fall off. I'll meet you by the sausage man!"

NEMHF XIV line-up (Tickets can be purchased here):

Friday, April 20th - The Black Dahlia Murder, The Acacia Strain, Oceano, All Shall Perish, Nile, Skeletonwitch, Lionheart, Fleshgod Apocalypse, First Blood, Molotov Solution, The Contortionist, Reign Supreme, Conducting From The Grave, Fit For An Autopsy, Incendiary, Palehorse, Hour Of Penance, Legion, Relentless

Saturday, April 21st - Overkill, iwrestledabearonce, Protest The Hero, Periphery, Bane, Shipwreck, Cruel Hand, Aborted, Blackguard, The Mongoloids, Belgardor, System Divide, Naysayer, The Greenery, Diamond Plate, Rotting Out, Expire, Elitist, Trump The Harlot, Manners, Malefice

Sunday, April 22nd - Killswitch Engage, Every Time I Die, Vanna, For Today, Chelsea Grin, Sleeping Giant, Stick To Your Guns, Attila, On Broken Wings, MyChildren MyBride, For The Fallen Dreams, Texas In July, Upon A Burning Body, Volumes, Like Moths To Flames, Hundredth, No Bragging Rights, Counterparts and Gideon

Event: New England Metal & Hardcore Festival XIV
Posted: 14.12.2011 by Nekrokvlt


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Boxcar Willy - 14.12.2011 at 02:52  
Lots of good bands, and lots of shitty bands... is it worth it?
MetalDoomMaster - 14.12.2011 at 02:53  
Too much hardcore junk
MetalDoomMaster - 14.12.2011 at 02:57  
Written by Boxcar Willy on 14.12.2011 at 02:52

Lots of good bands, and lots of shitty bands... is it worth it?

I'd have to say no, because it seems like there are way too many hardcore dancing assholes at any show where a hardcore band is playing. Maybe if they separated the actual Metal bands and the rest of the crap into two different stages far, far away from each other. But it doesn't look like that is the case here though.

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