Heavy Scotland Announce Five New Acts For Their Three Day Expanded 2018 Edition

 

 

HEAVY SCOTLAND will return with a bang in 2018 with a new date, extending the festival to three days from Friday 31 August to Sunday 02 September, returning to Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange.

Announced today and all exclusively playing in Scotland 2018 are: HATE, MARTRYIUM, SISTERS OF SUFFOCATION, WHORION AND OST+FRONT.

Polish blackened death favourites HATEOFFICIAL will perform their only Scottish show of 2018. 

 

 

Female fronted MartYriuM (malta) will bring their diabolical blackened death for their first ever appearance in Scotland

 

Fans of Rammstein will enjoy another Scottish debut from Ost+Front

 

 

All female death metal band Sisters Of Suffocation will also be making their debut Scottish appearance

 

 

Finland’s Whorion will bring their brutal tech death for their first ever show on Scottish soil

 

 

These names add to an already thrilling lineup including CARCASS, GAMA BOMB and more. 

Line-up currently:
CARCASS
GAMA BOMB 
NERVOSA
PERPETUA
WHORION
OST+FRONT
MARTRYIUM
SISTERS OF SUFFOCATION 
HATE

 

Purchase tickets from: http://www.heavyscotland.com/

Under-18 tickets are available now and student Weekend tickets at just £50.

The news follows a highly impressive first year from Heavy Scotland, placing Edinburgh on the international metal map. Headliners Behemoth and Arch Enemy topped a stellar bill, which also included the likes of Fleshgod ApocalypseDestructionFinntrollHavok and more. Garnering local and international acclaim, Heavy Scotland is fast becoming Scotland’s national heavy metal festival, and is the largest of its kind in the country’s capital of Edinburgh. Borne from a love of all things loud and with a passion for the local scene, Heavy Scotland is an event deserving of the attention so far received. Stay tuned for more information as it comes.

For more information:

https://www.facebook.com/heavyscotland
http://www.heavyscotland.com/
https://www.twitter.com/heavyscotland

 

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