We were satisfied with the venue situation this year, so we've decided
to use the same set up again next year. What does this mean? We will use
the Edison Lot (located at 545 N. High St) for our 2 main stages, Rams
Head (located at 20 Market Pl) will be used each night and will host
death/black metal bands, and Soundstage (located at 124 Market Pl) will
be used each day/night for grind/hardcore/punk bands. On Thursday, only
Rams Head will be used.
IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT THE EARLY BIRD TICKET SALE:
We are postponing this sale until Saturday, July 19th at 3 PM (EST). As
you probably know, the early bird sale was set for today at 3 PM (EST).
However, due to a very drawn out process to approve our ability to
accept payments through the new ticketing system (which was just
approved this morning), our web team has not had time to test the
system. We apologize if you've planned your entire day around this sale,
but we would prefer to allow time for the web team to make sure that
this new system works, rather than have you deal with problems when you
try to order."
"Serpentine Path’s instrumental performance appears primitive to an
unknowing listener, but a closer listen will reveal only more of the
dismal, raw energy seeping its way into the recording of all seven
songs. Therefore, if you’re into the darkest extreme metal available,
this is definitely for you."
"Can there be something such as primitive Doom/Death as if there is Serpentine Path are the masters of the genre." "...the next master of a doom style here that is in love with the darker and more sludge side of the sound."
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"At times it almost genuinely feels like an old school death metal album,
but drawn out and drenched in thick sludgy tones, which for me makes
this one of the more unique offerings I have come across in the doom
scene for a long time, and is certainly a breath of fresh air from the
run of the mill 70′s vibe that practically every other band that call