With more than 62 extra bands, plus all those already announced, the Hellfest 2013 line-up is almost complete. Clisson, France, is the place to be come summer and now you can see below the new bands that will help you celebrate this year's edition.

The new bands confirmed are:

7 Weeks - A Day To Remember - Agnostic Front - Asking Alexandria - Attentat Rock - Audrey Horne - Bane - Berri Txarrak - Black Breath - Black Cobra - Black Pyramid - Bury Your Dead - Buzzcocks - Casualties - Cockney Rejects - Cult Of Luna - Danzig - Deez Nuts - Dr. Living Dead! - Eryn Non Dae - Finntroll - Gallows - Ghost - Graveyard - Heathen - Hellyeah - Hypocrisy - Justine - Kissin' Dynamite - Koldbrann - Krokus - Le Bal Des Enrages - Manilla Road - Misanthrope - Misery Index - Monstrosity - Moonspell - Pallbearer - Pig Destroyer - Procession - Retox - Riverside - Seth - Six Feet Under - Sleep - Stille Volk - Surtr - Swans - Symphony X - Tank - The Arrs - The Decline - The Great Old Ones - The Old Dead Tree - The Secret - Toydolls - Vera Cruz - Voivod - Walking Papers - Waltari - Whitesnake

You can check out the other previously announced bands over here. The 2013 Hellfest edition will take place next 21-23rd June in Clisson, France. Get all the information at http://www.hellfest.fr.





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Event: Hellfest Open Air 2013
 
Posted: 31.01.2013 by BloodTears



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BitterCOld - 31.01.2013 at 21:52  
Nice to see Black Breath and The Great Old Ones on there.
Milena - 31.01.2013 at 22:27  
The Old Dead Tree reuniting to play a show is cool.
MechanisT - 31.01.2013 at 23:40  
The warzone and the altar are where it's at.
Promonex - 01.02.2013 at 00:02  
Written by Milena on 31.01.2013 at 22:27

The Old Dead Tree reuniting to play a show is cool.

WORD!

Also, with all those new announcements The Valley looks damn sweet.
Darkside Momo - 01.02.2013 at 01:03  
Some good stuff indeed.
Abattoir - 01.02.2013 at 01:43  
Written by BitterCOld on 31.01.2013 at 21:52

Nice to see Black Breath and The Great Old Ones on there.

Yes indeed. Also Black Pyramid and CoL are very good additions.
BitterCOld - 01.02.2013 at 02:13  
Written by Abattoir on 01.02.2013 at 01:43


Yes indeed. Also Black Pyramid and CoL are very good additions.


BP is another good one. More happy to see "smaller" acts i dig get recognition on the big stage than teh COL's.

i can't go so it's not about who i can see, but rather who will be seen.
Ace Frawley - 01.02.2013 at 10:22  
Maybe this should be re-named "Nostalgia Rock Fest" rather than "Hellfest" with those three headliners shown on the banner. Sort of sad that bands which had their heyday in the 70s and 80s are considered the big draw cards in 2013.
AyΣm - 01.02.2013 at 11:22  
The worst line-up Hellfest ever had...
BloodTears - 01.02.2013 at 11:41  
Written by AyΣm on 01.02.2013 at 11:22

The worst line-up Hellfest ever had...


Really? Some stages are looking good.
AyΣm - 01.02.2013 at 11:58  
Written by BloodTears on 01.02.2013 at 11:41

Written by AyΣm on 01.02.2013 at 11:22

The worst line-up Hellfest ever had...


Really? Some stages are looking good.

It's the 4th time I go to Hellfest, I'm really addicted to extreme metal bands, much in black death and grindcore. This year, you have a lot of pagan, folk or stuff like that... Of course I'm really happy that bands like At The Gates, Captain Cleanoff, Hypocrisy, Misery Index, Asphyx, Absu are here... But this year, in 125 bands announced, there are less than 10 bands I really want to see. No great surprise. Past years were incredible at this point ( last year was not so impressing, but it was still a good line-up)
Marcel Hubregtse - 01.02.2013 at 13:33  
Extremely weak line-up up till now. Only the bands in the Roadburn category are of any interest.

Weakest Hellfest up to now.
Vombatus - 01.02.2013 at 18:54  
Written by AyΣm on 01.02.2013 at 11:22

The worst line-up Hellfest ever had...


We all know that even if the line-up was great you'd spend all your time getting drunk at the camp anyway


But seriously, I think it's quite alright (but better previous years). The different stages force to have a certain number of every genre so there is at least a bit for everyone. And for those that are a little more open, there is always plenty to choose with 50+ bands a day....
Purgatori☠ - 03.02.2013 at 05:36  
Did anyone else do a double facepalm when they saw 3 Doors Down on the bill?? Seriously, what the fuck?!!
tea[m]ster - 03.02.2013 at 09:56  
Written by BitterCOld on 01.02.2013 at 02:13

More happy to see "smaller" acts i dig get recognition on the big stage than teh COL's.


I disagree with you Craig. I feel when any post metal band gets invited to one of these things it's a big deal. Good for CoL and especially Neurosis, headlining. Also, those lucky enough to hear music off of Eryn Non Dae.'s latest will be treated to some outstanding music!
BitterCOld - 03.02.2013 at 10:38  
Written by tea[m]ster on 03.02.2013 at 09:56

I disagree with you Craig. I feel when any post metal band gets invited to one of these things it's a big deal. Good for CoL and especially Neurosis, headlining. Also, those lucky enough to hear music off of Eryn Non Dae.'s latest will be treated to some outstanding music!


no problemo. as a reviewer, or fan of reviews others do* (particularly for unheralded bands), it is always a great feeling to see someone you interacted with rewarded for subsequent efforts.

Neurosis might put on a great show, but it's the next generation that will carry the genre forth, and if you discovered them thanks to them pestering you to review a demo, it is a really cool feeling. I have no delusions that my reviews didn't get Rising, Sunpocrisy, Shattered Hope (or others) signed and on to put out albums that crushed their EPs, but it is still great to see it unfold.



* Wormdrink doesn't say much of fuck all on the forums... but his picks, per capita, seem better than anyone else. At least in my bitter opinion. When reviewing shit for the 2012 awards, I was shocked to see how much shit I "discovered" had been recommended by him six months prior, to little fanfare.
AyΣm - 03.02.2013 at 13:00  
Written by Vombatus on 01.02.2013 at 18:54

Written by AyΣm on 01.02.2013 at 11:22

The worst line-up Hellfest ever had...


We all know that even if the line-up was great you'd spend all your time getting drunk at the camp anyway


But seriously, I think it's quite alright (but better previous years). The different stages force to have a certain number of every genre so there is at least a bit for everyone. And for those that are a little more open, there is always plenty to choose with 50+ bands a day....

You must be right, and I think that with the past years I become more and more demanding... But no, Pantera, Death and Dissection won't come again!

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