WRATH To Headline Missouri's SEX, DRUGS, & DEATH METAL FESTIVAL
Chicago-area act WRATH have been confirmed as the co-headliners of the Sex, Drugs, & Death Metal Festival, set to take place August 19, 2006 at Just Bill's in Overland/St. Louis, Missouri. The festival billing is shaping up as follows (in alphabetical order):
FROST LIKE ASHES
GGJIM SNUFFCORE ARMY
SQUARE PEG ROUND HOLE
For more information on the festival, which will also feature several other attractions, visit www.myspace.com/subversemedia.
This will be WRATH's first appearance since acquiring former WITHDRAWAL singer John Duffy earlier this year. The WRATH lineup is John Duffy (vocals), Scott Nyquist (guitar), Gary Modica (bass), and Dave Sollman (drums). The trio of Nyquist, Modica, and Sollman is the same lineup from the band's 1990 release "Insane Society". Original founding guitarist Mike Nyrkkanen parted ways with the band in March of this year.
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