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ABSYMAL DAWN, PROFECIA, OBSCENE GESTURE added to Los Angeles Murderfest


Abysmal Dawn ABSYMAL DAWN, PROFECIA, OBSCENE GESTURE are the latest confirmed bands for the Los Angeles Murderfest Version 3.0, set to take place March 24-25 at the Knitting Factory in Hollywood, California. The festival billing is shaping up as follows:

SATURDAY MARCH 24th

OBITUARY
ATHEIST
REPULSION
DECEASED
PROFECIA
LACK OF INTEREST
INSANITY
DEKAPITATOR
KYLESA
GENGHIS TRON
LAIR OF THE MINOTAUR
BOOK OF BLACK EARTH
SEPSISM
LETUM ASCENSUS
ABYSMAL DAWN
ANEMOSITY
NIGHT TERROR
- plus many more to be announced -

SUNDAY MARCH 25th
BRUTAL TRUTH
PIG DESTROYER
ANAL CUNT
WACO JESUS
CRETIN
7000 DYING RATS
BAD ACID TRIP
STRONG INTENTION
KILL THE CLIENT
MELTDOWN
THE DOLEMITE PROJECT
WORHORSE
RUIDO
PROGERIA
OBSCENE GESTURE

Tickets are on sale now at www.ticketweb.com.

The Los Angeles Murderfest will be celebrating its second consecutive year as well as its third year in existence with Version 3.0. Originally the brainchild of Church of the 8th Day founder Daniel Dismal, the Los Angeles Murderfest was born out of the idea that L.A. needed a fest that embraced the various styles of metal, hardcore and punk. Borrowing the initial formula from the highly successful New England Metal and Hardcore Festival, the Murderfest has began to carve out its own niche within the festival circuit in an amazingly short amount of time. With an ultimate goal to incorporate the feel of a European style festival in an American setting, the Los Angeles Murderfest will once again prove to be the staging ground for rare and exclusive Los Angeles appearances and reunions from some of the best outfits in each genre. Cutting back from the three-day structure to a more concise two-day formation, Version 3.0 will feature 40-plus bands on two stages within a 48-hour period while playing host to some of the industries top vendors and record labels in what is being labeled as an underground flea market.


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    February 19, 2007

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