FESTIVAL NEWS: Mallory Knox added to Camden Rocks bill (on the day their singer leaves the band) Print E-mail
Wednesday, 14 February 2018 14:36

Mallory Knox – who ironically today announced that singer Mikey Chapman has left the band, with bassist Sam Douglas taking over vocal duties – have been added to this year’s eclectic Camden Rocks bill.

 

Also confirmed for the 2 June all-dayer are British rap metal band Hacktivist and rock rappers Crazy Town, who have also been announced to play today, joining Mercury-prize nominees Maxïmo Park, fabled post-punk originators Public Image Limited (PiL), Scottish rockers Twin Atlantic, grebo gurus Pop Will Eat Itself and post-Sex Pistols legends The Professionals.

 

Camden Rocks February update

 

Another 22 other artists were confirmed today, including Dead!, The Bottom Line, Sleep Token, Airways, Sulpher, Create To Inspire, The Skinner Brothers, Bad Sign, The Bad Flowers, Cheap Meat, Lucie Barât, The Fallen State, Inklings, Deadly Circus Fire, Fierce Ideas, Desperate Measures, Sophie & the Giants, Death Valley Knights, Talia Dean, The Rising Souls, Strides, 7he7ouch and Natalie Shay.

 

Expect more bands to be announced soon that will form a line-up that covers every style across the many indie, rock, metal and punk genres, from buzzing new bands to established rock giants.

 

Camden Rocks Festival 2018 venues include Koko, Electric Ballroom, The Underworld, Dingwalls, Proud, The Cuban, Monarch, The, Lyttelton Arms, Camden Assembly, Devonshire Arms, Roundhouse Studio, Dublin Castle, Blackheart, Fiddlers Elbow, Dingwalls Canalside, Belushis, The Hawley Arms, Brewdog, Camden Market, and The Crescent.

 

Full festival line-up, tickets and festival information can be found HERE.