Eyehategood chief amongst the new arrivals

DESERTFEST LONDON just got even better. How you ask….

Well try this: firstly, with US sludge legends Eyehategod joining the bill and co-headlining Saturday night along with Brant Bjork; secondly, with the Metal Hammer/Old Empire Stage which brings twelve handpicked heavy metal acts to the festival on Sunday.

Lineup so far is as follows:
SLEEP – RED FANG – EYEHATEGOD – BRANT BJORK
ORANGE GOBLIN – FLOOR – MINSK – UFOMAMMUT
ACID KING – THE VINTAGE CARAVAN – MY SLEEPING KARMA
KARMA TO BURN – BLACK PYRAMID – THE ATOMIC BITCHWAX
LO-PAN – DOPETHRONE – NOOTHGRUSH – BLACK COBRA
DESERT STORM – THE WOUNDED KINGS – GALVANO
DON FERNANDO – AGRIMONIA – WALK THROUGH FIRE

The Quietus Stage addition (Saturday – The Underworld):
OBAKE – BONG – SHIT & SHINE – SLY & THE FAMILY DRONE
PALEHORSE – SEX SWING – ANTHROPROPH

Metal Hammer/Old Empire Stage addition (Sunday – The Underworld):
ANGEL WITCH – CANCER – QUARTZ – SSS – AMULET
SATANIC DYSTOPIA – DECREPID – DUNGEON – SAILLE
EYE OF SOLITUDE – WYTCH HAZEL – CONSECRATION

Expect more bands to be announced in the next few weeks.

For the fourth year running, Camden will be hosting one of the most exciting stoner/doom/sludge/psych gatherings in Europe, for a full weekend of fuzzed-out tunes, heaviness and partying in super friendly atmosphere.
DESERTFEST LONDON once again invited first-class headliners to join the bill: stoner rock pioneers SLEEP will treat the crowd to the finest smoked-out odysseys, with an exclusive headlining set at Koko’s on Sunday, while on Friday, Portland’s favorites RED FANG will prove to be the best partystarter anyone has ever dreamt of for the festival. On the apex of this weekend, the one and only sludge godfathers EYEHATEGOD fronted by the mighty Mike IX Williams will show us who the bosses are, while BRANT BJORK AND THE LOW DESERT PUNK BAND will make groove gauges explode in support of his new record “Black Power Flower”. Not to mention UK’s heavyweights ORANGE GOBLIN, who are set to make Camden’s ground tremble with some fiery heavy metal anthems, for a one-off 20th anniversary performance.
With more than 50 bands on the bill, the fourth DESERTFEST LONDON edition promises to be yet another memorable weekend for all the heavy fans out there.