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First names for Sound And Fury festival

First names for Sound And Fury festival

Sound & Fury Festival is back in it’s 7th and biggest year yet, once again taking place at the Earl Warren Showgrounds in Santa Barbara, CA. As announced today, this year’s lineup will feature headliners and hardcore powerhouses Bane, Blacklisted, Comeback Kid, H2O, Terror, Touche Amore, and Rotting Out, along with 20+ other bands spanning three days from July 20th through 22nd. Festival co-organizer Ray Harkins commented, “This year we are beyond excited to get the festivities rolling and bring this amazing lineup to Santa Barbara. There will be fewer bands, but more higher profile names than ever before and we hope it will encourage kids to show up early and stay for the entire day. It’s going to be a year to remember.” In addition to this year’s stellar lineup, the festival will also feature streamlined performances on one stage, more food options for festival goers, and multitudes of other extras. Three day passes will go on sale April 5th at 1pm PST, and will be available exclusively through festival presenter No Sleep Records here.

Sound & Fury festival was started in 2006 and has boasted bands like Fucked Up, Ceremony, Trash Talk, Have Heart and more as a part of their lineup in past years, making it the premiere hardcore/punk festival in California. 2012 marks the third year of Sound & Fury at the Earl Warren Showgrounds, located at 3400 Calle Real in Santa Barbara, CA. Stay tuned to and for more information and bands to be announced.

No Sleep Records Presents Sound & Fury Festival 2012

  • Alpha & Omega
  • Bane
  • Basement
  • Black Breath
  • Blacklisted
  • Born Low
  • Comeback Kid
  • Creatures
  • Dead End Path
  • Everything Went Black
  • Focused Minds
  • H20
  • Harness
  • Holy Fever
  • Ill Intent
  • Night Birds
  • Piece By Piece
  • Retaliate
  • Rotting Out
  • Single Mothers
  • Suburban Scum
  • Terror
  • The Mongoloids
  • Touche Amore
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