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Saturday 23rd June

“PILE-UP FESTIVAL” feat. Teenage Bottlerocket (UK exclusive!) w/ Our Hollow Our Home, Silent Screams, Siamese, Falling Red, Palm Reader, Wars, Cove, Woke Up Dead, Bury The Traitor, Kill The Ideal, DeadAudioSaints, 76 Calling

Ticket: £23.00 (weekend ticket £35.00) Buy Now
Doors: 2pm
Age: 14+

Striding in to Day 2 of the very first PILE-UP FESTIVAL from Riff Media, and today is headlined – AND A UK EXCLUSIVE – by Wyoming punks TEENAGE BOTTLEROCKET now back on Fat Wreck Records and you can be sure of plentiful Ramones, Screeching Weasel, Green Day, Bouncing Souls and Misfits type mayhem…

DAY TICKETS AND WEEKEND TICKETS AVAILABLE (SEE TICKET LINK ABOVE)

And another ACE supporting bill…

OUR HOLLOW OUR HOME – melodic metalcore from the South Coast, watch latest vid ‘Web Weaver

SILENT SCREAMS – tour supports w/ Bring Me The Horizon, Your Demise, For The Fallen Dreams, Emmure & Parkway Drive; Coventry metal/hardcore/prog/melodic.

SIAMESE – from Copenhagen, “We sing about life and love, deadly sins, failing society and doing drugs. And we are not about to stop. Except that drug thing”.

FALLING RED – “Potential genre champions, venomous anthems unleashed in a speeding flood of riffs & hooks” – Kerrang!

PALM READER – “Excellent hardcore” – Rocksound; “What hardcore should be” – Metal Hammer; “Sick, Sick, Sick, Sick, Sick… That’s what you guys are” – Kerrang!

WARS – 5 piece Rugby-based hardcore, “We are all wars. A fervent collection of coping mechanisms, toiling away at what often seems to be a hopeless, futile endeavour etc etc…”

COVE – Alternative hardcore from London.

WOKE UP DEAD – Yorkshire-based ferocious punk fronted by champion pro-wrestler Sean Only, and steadfastly resisting any social media presence hence no links, sorry. Send us a postcard lads, eh?

BURY THE TRAITOR – Melodic/heavyness from Derbyshire a la Parkway Drive, Devil Wears Prada, In Flames, Lamb Of God, Bury Tomorrow.

KILL THE IDEAL – “Massive pop rock” – Ideal Mag; “Hold on to your seats, this is massive” – BBC INTRODUCING

DEADAUDIOSAINTS – Masterfully crafted electronic-infused-rock trio, consists of brothers, both by blood and by longtime friendship.

76 CALLING – Classic punk covers – SLF, Pistols, Buzzcocks, Cocksparrer, Dead Kennedys, The Damned, UK Subs, ANL, Ramones, Ruts, Clash, Johnny Thunders.