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Bilocate will be competing alongside seven bands in the "United We Rock" Battle of the bands. The winner will be granted a spot to play in the Dubai Desert Rock Festival in the United Arab Emirates and With Full Force 2009 Festival in Germany.
Other Bands competing include: 3PM, ABHORRED, BENEATH THE REMAINS, METAPHYSICS, PERVERSION, SCARAB, and SUN KING.
The Winner is to play alongside Opeth, Arch Enemy, Chamira and many more in Dubai.
Trap Them And Kill Them has issued a band update:
"First off, We'd like to announce the latest additions to the line-up: John Heidenrich (Abhorred, Noosebomb, Grief) recently joined as a full time drummer. His d-beat & blast beat skills bring tears to our eyes...it's just....brutal. Nat Coghlan (Transistor Transistor, some totally evil one man kvlt black metal project with no name) joined up a few months ago to fill bass duties and let Brian use his Marshall JMP. Thanks Nat, Euronymous would be proud.
These fine dudes join founding members Brian V. Izzi (guitars) & Ryan J. McKenney (vocals) in the persuit of revenge... We would also like to give a special THANK YOU to Scott DeFusco (Extinction Agenda) for his outstanding session drumming and incredible help during the recording of 'Sleepwell Deconstructor' CD. The 7 inch is supposed to be shipping very shortly. Trash Art will have an exclusive t-shirt/7 inch package for sale soon. Go to myspace.com/trashart and harass Mitch. Do it.
We will be playing shows regularly, so check back here for the information. This, of course, means that if you want us to play your sweet ass show, get in touch. We'll distort the fuck out of your town."
NotCommon Records have released the lineup for the Doom and Grind Fest, scheduled for July 16 and 17, 2005. Originally slated to occur in Boston, the festival will now take place at The Living Room (23 Rathbone Street) in Providence, Rhode Island. Tickets are $12 a day or $20 for a two day pass.
The lineup is as follows: More...