Hardcore bands join Turnstile and Knocked Loose as headliners
Outbreak Fest has announced that joining Turnstile and Knuckled Loose will be the final headliners at next year’s festival for Every Time I Die.
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The festival will celebrate its 10th anniversary from June 24-26, 2022 at the Bowlers Exhibition Center in Manchester. The line-up is completed by adding acts including post-hardcore band Touch Amore, Philadelphia’s Mannequin Pussy and shoegaze group Slow Crush.
Also in the bill for next year’s festival are Basements, which will play a 10th anniversary set of material from their albums ‘Kalurmewithkindness’ and ‘I Wish I Can Stay Here’.
They will join Chubby Aur Gang, Higher Power, Citizen etc. See the full Outbreak 2022 line-up below, and find out more about tickets Here,
Every time I die is your final title.
We have also added Touch Amore, Movements, Angel Dew$t, Drug Church, Mannequin Pussy, Puppy, Witch Fever, Slow Crush, The Flex, Soft Kill, Choir Boy, Chastity, Dead Heat and Skull.
— Outbreak Fest (@OutbreakFest) 3 December 2021
As well as the band on the line-up, Outbreak has announced that next year’s festival will include a skate ramp, art and photography exhibitions, record and zine fairs, independent markets and more. Reviewing Outbreak Fest in 2018 Granthshala The event has been called “a visceral, thrilling celebration of the last true subculture”.
Every Time I Die released their ninth album, ‘Radical’, on October 22 via Epitaph, which marked their first album in five years. This includes the singles ‘AWOL’, ‘Post-Bordeum’ and ‘Planet Shit’ as well as the double A-side ‘A Colossal Wreck’/’Desperate Pleasures’.
Meanwhile, after frontman Keith Buckley recently announced their abrupt touring hiatus, the band said in a statement on social media that they are working “privately” on their issues with Buckley.
“Now that I’ve seen the ‘official statement’ indicating that ETID is ending the tour without their singer, I think I’m ready to let you all know that my mental health on ETID has been Why the priority has been given, Buckley initially tweeted.
After canceling the final three shows of their tour, the band tweeted an apology to fans, writing: “Please give us a moment. And we’ll all see you in Tidy the Season.”