NewsJanuary 24, 2023 2:24 PM ET1,397 views

Godflesh, Chat Pile announced in initial Oblivion Access lineup

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Official press release:

Austin's Oblivion Access Festival is excited to unveil their initial 2023 festival lineup. Now in its 2nd year, the festival returns to Austin's Red River Cultural District on June 15 - 18, 2023. Passes and tickets for select shows are on-sale today, January 24 at 12 PM CT. The festival has been a sell-out in the past and fans are encouraged to buy their tickets today.

Visit www.OblivionAccessFestival.com for more information.

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Once again showcasing the highly curated lineup that consists of the best in experimental, metal and hip-hop artists from around the world, this year will be headlined by Godflesh and Tim Hecker, with more headliners TBA. This performance marks Godflesh's first US performance in 4 years and their first Texas performance in 9 years. Tim Hecker will also be performing a special show in the Austin Central Presbyterian Church with Justin Broadrick of Godflesh's ambient project Final opening. There will also be a showcase co-presented with dark experimental label The Flenser with artists such as Have a Nice Life, Chat Pile, Planning for Burial, and more. Additional artists on the bill this year include: Lil Ugly Mane, RXK Nephew, Ludicra, Yob, Final, Mamaleek, Jerome's Dream, Bosse De Nage, Sissy Spacek, Lucas Abela, Drowse, Sprain, Ragana, Coi_n, Agriculture, Crawl, Parasiticide, God Shell, Private Hellscape, and Shelly Knicks plus over 50 more bands to be announced in the coming weeks.


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The initial Line up is:
Godflesh
Tim Heckler
Lil Ughy Mane
Have A Nice Life
Ludicra
RXK Nephew
YOB
Chat Pile
Final
Jerome's Dream
Planning For Burial
Mamaleek
Sissy Spacek
Bosse De Nage
Lucas Abela
Drowse
Sprain
Ragana
Coi_n
Agriculture
Crawl
Parasiticide
Private Hellscape
God Shell
Shelly Knicks




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