Ashestoangels, New Years Day and more added to Camden Rocks 2016

Revelling in the success of their recent tour run supporting Aiden, UK rockers Ashestoangels have been announced as a latest addition to the 2016 edition of Camden Rocks Festival.

The band will be bringing the noise on Saturday 4th June and will join the 200 strong lineup that also includes the likes of Sikth, Young Guns and We Are The Ocean.

Ashes frontman Crilly had this to say:

“We can’t wait to return to Camden Rocks this year! Last year was a party. Let’s beat it!”

Camden Rocks Festival will take place across 20 different venues on the day with tickets a mere £35. Be sure to check out the website for more information.

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Ashestoangels are set to release their eagerly anticipated album How To Bleed on April 15th of which will include the single Find Hell. Be sure to check out the video for the track below.

The line-up of Camden Rocks (so far) is below:

  • SikTh
  • Young Guns
  • We Are The Ocean
  •  InMe
  •  Ginger Wildheart
  •  Norma Jean
  • Evil Scarecrow
  •  New Years Day.
  • The Godfathers
  • The Virginmarys
  • The Qemists
  • Warrior Soul
  • Jim Jones And The Righteous Mind
  • Queen Kwong
  • Forever Never
  • As Lions
  • The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing
  • The Dirty Youth
  • Shvpes
  • Black Foxxes
  • Freeze The Atlantic
  • Asylums
  • The Main Grains
  • The Lounge Kittens
  • The Carnabys
  • Press To Meco
  • Continents
  • Shields
  • Fathoms
  • Blood Youth
  • Scholars
  • Ashestoangels
  • Dorje
  • Cold In Berlin
  • Samoans
  • Bare Knuckle Parad
  • Nibbinz
  • The Dirty Thrills
  • Create To Inspire
  • Witterquick
  • The Tuts
  • Lock, Moses
  • Counting Days
  • The Ghost Riders In The Sky
  • Roxanne De Bastion
  • The Derellas
  • Black Casino & The Ghost
  • The RPMs
  • Hands Off Gretel
  • Bad Sign
  • Thunder On The Left
  • Role Models
  • Mercutio
  • Critics
  • Chinese Missy
  • False-Heads
  • The King’s Parade
  • Louise Distras
  • Leisure Tank
  • Suzie Stapleton
  • Hoodoo Daze
  • Falling Knives
  •  Matty James

 

About Jay Russell

Music & Photography - thats pretty much all there is to Jay. Oh and the fact that he strives to one day have the worlds biggest Monopoly collection. No. Thats not a joke.

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