Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Gwar, Eyehategod, and Off! headline Berserker fest IV in April

Posted By on Wed, Mar 22, 2017 at 7:00 AM

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Next month, why not go and rob a bank, steal a car, and then head out on a wild spree which ends in Pontiac, so that you can attend Berserker IV? (Actually, we can think of a few reasons why not to do that — maybe just buy a ticket, like everybody else; a two-day pass is $60.)

This year it goes down at the Crofoot in Pontiac, on April 14-15.




With the vaguely theatrical Gwar, as well as the mellow good times music of Eyehategod, Negative Approach, and Off! headlining, this year's Berserkerfest festival promises to be an awesome mix of sludge, doom, hardcore, crust punk, and metal. The full lineup is below:


BERSERKER IV:
GWAR
EYEHATEGOD
OFF!
Ringworm
Weedeater
The Obsessed
Negative Approach
Brain Tentacles
Blurring
Child Bite
Immortal Bird
Horrible Earth
Cemetery Piss
Fuck You Pay Me
Nightkin
Nuke
Cotton Museum
Against The Grain
Boreworm
Hollow Earth
SNAFU
Artillery Breath
Euphoria
Sunlight's Bane
Centenary
Night Vapor
Off-Ox
Fell Ruin
Sweat
Law


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