The Southern Ontario Metalfest: European Flavor in the Heart of Buttfuck, Ontario
August 11th, 2011 at 9:33pm

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If you happen to be in the neighbourhood of Port Burwell, Ontario a couple weeks from now, want to get away from it all but don’t want to get away from the metal, why not consider attending the inaugural Southern Ontario Metalfest? Modeled after the grand tradition of European open air festivals, the SOMF is planning on terrorizing the placid Outback Campground (a place about an hour south of both London and Hamilton which my camping-happy wife informs me houses an “amazing beach”) with fans and bands, both of which could probably use the fresh air and sunlight. Come on up – or down, depending where you are in the world - and have a partially rustic good time. Don’t forget to say “Hey” to a certain Decibel contributor who’s going to be stage managing the side stage. More detailed details after the jump.

SOUTHERN ONTARIO MUSIC FESTIVAL: AUGUST 26-28TH 2011
PRESENTED BY D-TOX, LEVIATHAN PRODUCTIONS & SUMMERCAMP PRODUCTIONS

OVER 40 BANDS | MULTIPLE STAGES | B.Y.O.B CAMPING | ALL AGES / 19+
3-DAY/ALL WEEKEND/END OF THE SUMMER METAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

Bands Performing:

FRIDAY
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Snips
Mockingbird Wish Me Luck
Monster Truck
Single Mothers
ELK
Aria
Thousand Young
The New Enemy

SATURDAY
——–
Protest The Hero
Abandon All Ships
Blind Witness
Modern Miniatures
Searching For Satellites
The BattleCat
Fuck The Facts
Aarsonist
Skull Fist
Assassinate The Following
Today I Caught The Plauge
Party Cat
Farewell To Freeway
Odium
Dancing With Paris
Heaven Ablaze
The After Chapter
Militant
Mojave Bloom
Diving Right of Kings

SUNDAY
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Cancer Bats
Dead and Divine
Baptized in Blood
Threat Signal
Fall In Archaea
Beheading Of A King
Life Boat
Sight For Sewn Eyes
Endast
Misguided Aggression
Skip The Foreplay
The Jettison Commitment
Fatality
Titan
American Hell
Intervenom
The Empirical Method
The Twin

Sponsored by Jager, D-Tox Clothing and Exclaim Magazine

Ticket and all other information available at: www.somf.ca


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