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Demonic Resurrection, Avial and Agam Head to Chennai for The Music Festival’s Second Edition

The festival will host 10 artists across two weekends at Chennai’s Egmore Museum Theatre

Rolling Stone India
Rolling Stone India Aug 04, 2014
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Bengaluru-based folk metal band The Down Troddence at RSMA 2014 in June. Photo: Hrishikesh Singh

Back in February this year, Chennai-based events and artist management company Amaranta Entertainment kicked off the first edition of  the imaginatively-titled festival, The Music Festival. While the first edition showcased college bands such as metallers Paradox and a cappella group Pitch Please, along with headline acts such as electro rock band The F16s, the second edition includes bigger bands such as extreme metallers Demonic Resurrection [DR] taking stage in Chennai.

DR, fresh off their Europe tour and having launched their fourth album, The Demon King, will perform alongside Bengaluru-based folk metallers The Down Troddence [TDT], who took home eight out of 13 trophies at the fifth edition of the Rolling Stone Metal Awards. While DR and TDT will perform together on August 16th, The Music Festival also includes gigs on three other days across two weekends, with The F16s and rock act Live Banned slated to play on the opening night of August 9th. Bengaluru Carnatic prog rockers Agam, fusion rock band Lagori and rock ’n roll band Skrat will perform on August 10th, while Malayalam rock band Avial, Bengaluru psychedelic rock band Parvaaz and singer-songwriter Soundarya Jayachandran close The Music Festival on August 17th.

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The Music Festival, Chennai, August 2014 Lineup

August 9th – The F16s, Live Banned

August 10th – Agam, Skrat, Lagori

August 16th – Demonic Resurrection, The Down Troddence

August 17th – Avial, Parvaaz, Soundarya Jayachandran

 

The Music Festival takes place between August 9th and August 17th at Egmore Museum Theatre, Chennai. Entry: Rs 350 per day. Tickets available here. Event details here.

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