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Critically acclaimed UK Festival Temples, whose inaugural incarnation earlier this year featured acts like Clutch, Neurosis and Electric Wizard have announced the second batch of acts for the sophomore edition as well as a killer Saturday night headliner.
Co-headlining the Bristol based event will be the eternally drone-y and heavy SUNN0))), joining Converge who is atop the bill on Friday who will ably be supported by a glut of underground metal including 50 more bands yet to be named, and a Sunday night headliner, also TDB.
From the press release:
Patrons of Temples Festival,
Please welcome our Saturday night headliner to the Temples 2015 line-up, a band who need very little introduction – almighty SUNN0)))
SUNN0))) will be joined on the main stage by the likes of Goatsnake, Torche and plethora of relentlessly heavy bands on Saturday May 30th.
But that’s not all…….please welcome to the following acts to the Temples 2015 line-up (in no set order);
Martyrdöd Young And In The Way Skitsystem Ken Mode Harms Way Krokodil Grave Miasma
With Over 50 Bands still to be announced (including our Sunday night headliner), the addition of a third stage, an outdoor ale/cider bar, high-quality catering suited to both vegan and carnivore dietary requirements alike – and all set within the confines of whats proven to be one the most versatile & unique venues in the UK (Motion, Bristol), we’re on track for a monumental second edition of Temples Festival.
Weekend Tickets are available fromwww.templesfestival.co.uk, but be warned – the demand for tickets since announcing the first 18 bands has been very very high, to say the least. We will be releasing Day Tickets much further into 2015, but if you are intent on attending Temples 2015, securing a full weekend ticket would be a prudent move.