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Satyricon, Eyehategod, Macabre, Warbeast Among First Round Of Bands Announced For Housecore Horror Film Festival

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Housecore Horror Film Festival has announced its first round of bands for 2014 set for October 23-26 in Austin, Texas. The second annual horror-and-metal festival will include Satyricon, Eyehategod, Macabre, Cattle Decapitation, Unearth, Warbeast, Portal, Wizards of Gore (surviving Rigor Mortis members), Ringworm, KEN Mode, SubRosa and many others. Lamb of God vocalist Randy Blythe will host the event.

The first festival included several stages held in multiple venues. It featured appearances by Philip Anselmo and The Illegals, The Melvins, Gwar, Hate Eternal, Crowbar and many other acts. Italian horror soundtrack icons, Goblin performed two sets including the soundtrack to "Suspiria." Eyehategod played a special set with Dale Crover behind the kit.

Horror film fanatics were able to watch classic and unreleased films while being able to meet and talk to members of the industry. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the original "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre." All living members of the film will show up in Austin for a screening of the film and for Q & A and autographs. The returning cast includes Gunnar Hansen (‘Leatherface’), Marilyn Burns (‘Sally Hardesty’), Edwin Neal (‘The Hitchhiker’), Allen Danzinger (‘Jerry’), William Vail (‘Kirk’), Teri McMinn (‘Pam’), John Dugan (‘Grandpa’) and Ed Guinn (‘CattleTruck Driver’).

Visit the official site of Housecore Horror Film Festival for more information.

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