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Mountains Of Death Festival 2011 Band Lineup Announced

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The organizers of the upcoming Mountains of Death festival have checked in with the following update about the band lineup:

"The following bands are completing the line-up of Mountains of Death 2011: Incinerate (US), Modus Delicti (IT), To Violently Vomit (US), and Putrid Pile (US).

"All those who are giving themselves the trouble to check out the links on the billing list might wonder about the myspace address of To Violently Vomit... behind this name stands nobody less than the singular, legendary and since 1992 acitve Disgorge from San Diego... or at least the greater part of them! All the rest about disturbances and stories about the band you can read at another place and would go beyond the scope of this note.

"Almost unavoidable, there are some line-up changes. The following bands are not able to play: Ancient Necropsy (CO) and Ingurgitating Oblivion (DE)"

The festival takes place from August 18th - 20th in Switzerland, with full details available here. The complete lineup for Mountains of Death is now as follows:

Krisiun (Br), Decapitated (Pl), Gorgasm (Us), Internal Bleeding (Us), To Violently Vomit (Us), Incinerate (Us), Beheaded (Mt), Severe Torture (Nl), Haemorrhage (Es), Wormed (Es), Defeated Sanity (De), Abysmal Torment (Mt), Degrade (Se), Viscera Trail (Il), Putridity (It), Carnal Decay (Ch), Impure (Es), Entrails Massacre (De), Embalming Theatre (Ch), Fubar (Nl), Rectal Smegma (Nl), Amputated (Uk), Putrid Pile (Us), Modus Delicti (It), Disentomb (Au), Insain (Fr), Humand Parasite (Fr), Absorb (De), Cremation (Ch), Perverse Dependence (Ru), Oral Fistfuck (Ch) And Clit Commander (Ch)

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