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Heavy Montreal 2018 lineup announced

Wednesday, February 21, 2018 7:25 AM PT


Heavy Montreal 2018 lineup

After taking 2017 off, Heavy Montreal returns this year. The two-day metal and hard rock festival will take place Saturday, July 28 and Sunday, July 29 at Parc Jean-Drapeau in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The line-up has been announced and is as follows:

Avenged Sevenfold
Rob Zombie
Marilyn Manson
Gojira
Emperor
Underoath
Hollywood Undead
Trivium
Sleep
Asking Alexandria
Alestorm
Ratt
I Prevail
Baroness
Voivod
Between The Buried And Me
Nile
Witchcraft
Red Fang
Tech N9ne
Napalm Death
The Black Dahlia Murder
Eyehategod
Igorrr
Glory Hammer
Helix
Perturberator
Necrotic Mutation
Power Trip
Blind Witness
The Agonist
Havok
Ultra Vomit
Bad Omens
Intervals
Jinjer
Get The Shot
Khemmis
Nonhuman Era


35 comments


anonymous
2/21/2018 8:16:37 AM
get the sheetrock laid out...

anonymous
2/21/2018 8:18:53 AM
Fit For An Autopsy should be on this so we can listen to Pat lament about his years of being a "professional musician" in "touring bands" and can give us "non professionals" advice on the "touring lifestyle."

anonymous
2/21/2018 8:37:28 AM
Ratt??

anonymous
2/21/2018 9:07:22 AM
jinjer tho

anonymous
2/21/2018 9:39:45 AM
Manson is already planning his temper tantrum on stage so he can walk off but still collect the paycheck.

anonymous
2/21/2018 10:10:49 AM
stoked to finally be able to see Emperor and Underoath on the same bill

anonymous
2/21/2018 10:56:02 AM
stoked to finally be able to see Emmu.......wait

anonymous
2/21/2018 11:12:43 AM
avenged cuckold

anonymous
2/21/2018 12:09:17 PM
Ratt n' roll

anonymous
2/21/2018 12:44:09 PM
best lineup I've seen for a fest in awhile, a good mix. Glad power trip is on this :)

anonymous
2/21/2018 12:49:36 PM
Iron Reagan blew Power Trip off the stage. Napalm will do the same to all these chumps.

anonymous
2/21/2018 12:56:54 PM
sagegregation>perturberato r

anonymous
2/21/2018 1:10:54 PM
stoked as shit for Alestorm that band is awesome. fight me if you disagree.

2/21/2018 1:41:11 PM
1. Iron Reagan is indisputably worse than Power Trip. "fck the neighbors" is some of the cringiest shit I've heard in crossover.

2. Every time I see "I Prevail" I think it's "It Prevails" and it reminds me of that one good record and how bad metalcore is now

anonymous
2/21/2018 2:41:08 PM
Emperor

anonymous
2/21/2018 8:41:47 PM
it prevails and zao and hopesfall and shai hulud and remembering never and sinai beach and converge and winter solstice and misery signals and poison the well is not good metalcore, never was. early to mid 00s AILD, KSE, ATR, shadows fall, BYD, LoG, ETID, IDT mopped the floor with those bands.

anonymous
2/22/2018 6:11:34 AM
it prevails and zao and hopesfall and shai hulud and remembering never and sinai beach and converge and winter solstice and misery signals and poison the well is not good metalcore, never was. early to mid 00s AILD, KSE, ATR, shadows fall, BYD, LoG, ETID, IDT mopped the floor with those bands.

^ this n*igga aint lyin'. That's the good sh*t. Only people who ever say hot trash like remembering never and eighteen visions was the best metalcore are some poser ass young "hardcore" kids

anonymous
2/22/2018 6:36:46 AM
it prevails and zao and hopesfall and shai hulud and remembering never and sinai beach and converge and winter solstice and misery signals and poison the well is not good metalcore, never was. early to mid 00s AILD, KSE, ATR, shadows fall, BYD, LoG, ETID, IDT mopped the floor with those bands.
^ OKAY,OKAY-we get it, you're stuck in a narrow scope of nostalgia-but your sentence structure is not good either.

anonymous
2/22/2018 6:55:09 AM
Oh yeah, Tech N9ne and Napalm Death. Glorious.

2/22/2018 7:48:55 AM
"it prevails and zao and hopesfall and shai hulud and remembering never and sinai beach and converge and winter solstice and misery signals and poison the well is not good metalcore, never was. early to mid 00s AILD, KSE, ATR, shadows fall, BYD, LoG, ETID, IDT mopped the floor with those bands."

You discovered a lot of music through Myspce didn't you

anonymous
2/22/2018 8:20:52 AM
^ myspace picked up speed 06/07 ... those bands had releases well before myspace days. AA, TDWP, JFAC, SS come to mind when when mentioning myspace bands. your time frame and assessment is off

anonymous
2/22/2018 8:24:31 AM
how does Igorrr even get on fests like this

2/22/2018 9:50:42 AM
"^ myspace picked up speed 06/07 ... those bands had releases well before myspace days. AA, TDWP, JFAC, SS come to mind when when mentioning myspace bands. your time frame and assessment is off"

Pretty sure AILD had a myspace, guy

2/22/2018 9:52:57 AM
You're just mentioning all the scene bands that got big BECAUSE of myspace.

anonymous
2/22/2018 10:10:50 AM
AILD and co. early to mid 00s (03 to 05) releases were out before myspace was popular, therefore not used to find them. is reading comprehension that difficult

anonymous
2/22/2018 10:12:46 AM
Sick lineup. I'd sufer through Justin Trudeau's hellish ice dungeon of a country to see this shit. I don't even care that him and all his goons would force feed me transgender pills

2/22/2018 10:53:08 AM
"AILD and co. early to mid 00s (03 to 05) releases were out before myspace was popular, therefore not used to find them. is reading comprehension that difficult"

You just admitted that myspace picked up speed in 06, you're splitting hairs here bud.

2/22/2018 11:01:56 AM
By the way, ATR's breakthrough record came out in 2006, AILD's came in 2007. I actually like the BYD, LoG, ETID and IDT stuff that was happening before 05 but you're trying too hard right now

anonymous
2/22/2018 11:29:06 AM
this darkened heart 2004, shadows are security 2005. using my space to find music was not accurate or relevant to the listed. these bands were known prior to '06 even if henceforth offerings sold better.

2/22/2018 2:10:48 PM
TDH is such an irrelevant release and you know that in your Jesse Leach era KSE loving heart. Shadows are Security, okay, I'll concede to that one because AILD did have a sizable following before Myspace even though they blew up afterwards. Whiiiiich happened for pretty much all of the other bands you listed. Myspace helped young kids find slightly older bands that they were comfortable latching onto for scene cred.

2/22/2018 2:12:11 PM
You just like metalcore that is more metal than core, and that's fine.

anonymous
2/22/2018 3:19:32 PM
Sick lineup. I'd sufer through Justin Trudeau's hellish ice dungeon of a country to see this shit. I don't even care that him and all his goons would force feed me transgender pills

They don't let pederasts across the border, so you're out of luck snowflake. Call up Infowars and cry about, nancy boy.

anonymous
2/22/2018 3:36:56 PM
TDH was surely a noteworthy release and best offering. set them up nicely for a sounds slot in 2005. as for KSE, alive or just breathing is the grade... but I prefer the releases with howard to the ones with jesse since he re-joined. mid 00s metalcore

2/22/2018 4:24:33 PM
I look at that record as a foundation, and not much more. It's better than everything after TFOI, but I believe that is the superior record. Behind Silence and Solitude is very different and I don't think ATR really knew what they were doing yet. For KSE, the Howard releases are far better than Jesse's new shit, which is the case for a lot of reformations. You mentioned good bands, but to discount the validity of Converge, PtW, 18v and so forth is just trolling

2/22/2018 4:31:47 PM
Misery Signals was great, Sinai was pretty average, Shai Hulud has really never put out a "bad" record. You can't really say the same for KSE, Shadows Fall, ATR, AILD (dude wovenwar is terrible). 04-08 represented both a rise and decline for different linds of metalcore, because of social media. Acacia Strain did their first LP in 02 but that doesn't mean it was any good. Mid 00's is a very grey area.