BC's Metalocalypstick Fest Announces 2019 Lineup

Lost Nebula, Interitum, Massive Scar Era, Kelevra and more will play the festival
BC's Metalocalypstick Fest Announces 2019 Lineup
British Columbia's Metalocalypstick festival will once again celebrate the women of metal, punk and rock music this summer, and organizers have now lifted the curtain on the lineup of acts set to play the 2019 event.

Mexican prog metal outfit Lost Nebula and Tasmania sludge four-piece Interitum will headline the fest, joined atop the bill by Canadian/Egyptian outfit Massive Scar Era, Regina groove metallers Kelevra and Toronto's Subterranea.

Following closely behind are Kosm, Orchestry, Siren's Rain, the Vth Circle, Violent Betty, Obsidian, Shit Talkers, Ophelia Falling and more.

You can find a complete list of acts below.

The 2019 edition of Metalocalypstick takes place June 29 and 30 in Lone Butte, BC, at the Lone Butte Community Hall. As in years past, all festival proceeds will go to local charities Girls Rock Camp, Vancouver Rape Relief and Women's Shelter, and Earth Protectors. The festival will also sponsor an independent band picked by Metalocalypstick Fest judges.

A two-day festival pass, which includes three nights of camping, can be had for $91.14. Single-day tickets are also available (with camping) for $51.14. Further ticketing information can be found here.

Additional Metalocalypstick information can be found through the fest's official website.

Metalocalypstick 2019 lineup:

Attack The Fire (Vancouver)
Call Of The Siren (Edmonton)
Chaos Century (Vancouver)
Crimson Caliber (Medicine Hat)
Fallen Stars (Vancouver)
Forsaken Rite (Edmonton)
Interitum (Launceston, Tasmania)
Kayas (Vancouver)
Kelevra (Regina)
Kosm (Vancouver)
Lost Nebula (Hermosillo, Mexico)
Massive Scar Era (Vancouver/ Cairo, Egypt)
Obsidian (Vancouver)
Ophelia Falling (Vancouver)
Orchestry (BC)
Sins Of Sorrow (Edmonton)
Siren's Rain (Puget Sound, USA)
Subterranea (Toronto)
Sugar Wash (Edmonton)
The Shit Talkers (Vancouver)
Violent Betty (Saskatoon)
The Vth Circle (Vancouver)