Complexity Fest announces its next wave of bands for the 2018 iteration of the festival, its third year.
Expanding to two days, on 23rd and 24th of February 2018, the Dutch festival (located at Patronaat, Haarlem) focuses on the complex, experimental, progressive and adventurous side of heavy music.
The following new acts have just been announced: extreme electronic act BLANCK MASS (Benjamin John Power, formerly of Fuck Buttons), tech-prog rockers VOLA (with a new album coming up in early 2018), deathcore brutalists OCEANO, EMPLOYED TO SERVE bringing their nasty post-hardcore, modern metalcore outfit AVERSIONS CROWN, avant-garde prog-punks POIL and brutal technical death metal band DISENTOMB from Australia.
They join SikTh, Carnifex, and more. Full list:
Friday 23rd of February:
Saturday 24th of February:
THREE TRAPPED TIGERS
EMPLOYED TO SERVE
More acts for both days will be announced.
Day tickets are now available, for €20 for Friday and €35 for the Saturday.
First phase weekend tickets have sold out; second phase tickets (€45) are available here: http://bit.ly/2xI2cWF
The announcement follows a highly successful second year for Complexity in 2017, which led to Kerrang Magazine stating:
"They've really upped their game, with a line-up of rising stars and heavyweights that go way beyond your average run-of-the-mill Meshuggah worship."
In 2018 Complexity will consist of a Friday evening (18:00-02:00) and full Saturday (12:00-04:00).
Info and tickets: www.patronaat.nl
Held in the three-hall venue of Patronaat in the beautiful city of Haarlem (only 20km from Amsterdam), Complexity Fest looks set to continue making its mark on the European progressive metal live scene.
Friday 23 and Saturday 24 February, 2018
Zijlsingel 2, Haarlem