ARCTANGENT FESTIVAL 2020 2nd announcement is here featuring Swans, Metz and long awaited returns for The Locust, Maybeshewill and Oathbreaker
Also announced today includes Leprous, Agent Fresco, The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die, Car Bomb, Wear Your Wounds, A.A.Williams, Tides From Nebula, Jo Quail and many more
They will be joining the already announced headliners Opeth, Tesseract (UK festival exclusive), This Will Destroy You, Amenra (UK 2020 exclusive), Ihsahn, Perturbator, Rolo Tomassi (performing two full albums sets - 'Grievances' and 'Time Will Die And Love Will Bury It'), Earthtone9, Giraffes? Giraffes!, Fronterier and many more
The festival will take place on August 20th/21st/22nd 2020 at Fernhill Farm, Compton Martin near Bristol, and tickets are on sale now
Adding to a line up that already includes main stage headliner Opeth, the outside Bristol based, award winning ArcTanGent Festival can today announce a very exciting further collection of bands and artists for this years event.
Emerging from the New York No Wave scene, the incredible Swans will be playing ArcTanGent for the very first time, bringing their post-punk, industrial, noise-rock to Fernhill Farm.
Joining them will be Californian grindcore legends The Locust, who will be playing their first UK show in over 5 years at the festival. Also making a long awaited return will be much loved and hugely impressive Belgian four piece Oathbreaker, whose show at ArcTanGent is a UK exclusive performance.
Also announced includes Canadian punks Metz, experimental instrumental Leicester 5 piece Maybeshewill (with a UK exclusive performance), highly acclaimed mighty Norwegian prog outfit Leprous and the incredibly impressive Icelandic rock band Agent Fresco.
ATG Festival organiser James Scarlett - “I’m so ridiculously excited about this announcement that it’s difficult to know where to start! I’m particularly hyped for Oathbreaker, The Locust and Maybeshewill, all of whom I thought might be gone for good. And we’ve also got Converge’s Jacob Banon back at Fernhill Farm with Wear Your Wounds plus the epic awesomeness of a 90 minute Swans Main Stage set will be incredible. I cannot wait! Word to the wise, we’re not increasing our capacity this year so tickets will sell out!”
“It’s been years since The Locust returned to the UK so we are tickled pink to play ArcTanGent! We’ve known for a while now that the world is fucked but before our species ends itself there are still epiphanies and solace to be had whilst the soundtrack to life on a fucked timeline continues.” - Bobby Bray, The Locust