First bands announced for AGM 2020
Primordial Radio is very proud to announce Newport ragga-punk-metallers SKINDRED as headliners for the Annual General Mayhem 2020. With a reputation as one of the UK’s most formidable live acts by rocking the world’s biggest stages, the Newport destroyers have been a perennial force for musical invention and remorseless positivity which they’ll be bringing to the Lincolnshire Showground on Saturday 25th April 2020.
Support on the night will be coming from BORDERS, hailing locally from Lincoln they have been pushing to lead in a new era of heavy music by seamlessly blending genres and styles to forge a crushing yet melodic and unique experience. Also joining the bill is HANDS OFF GRETEL, a sassy alt rock/grunge pop band from South Yorkshire, who have built themselves a solid live reputation, for high energy shows that are musically dynamic and visually compelling. More supports also to be announced soon.
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- 10% off your Skindred ticket and all other Primordial events and merchandise
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