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Soundwave Festival 2013 Lineup – Third Announcement

Written by Mike Hohnen on September 21, 2012

This afternoon, Soundwave organisers decided to improved upon the two previously announced lineups, which were good enough in themselves to begin with, adding a third round of artists to cap off an enourmous list of acts for this February.

The whole list isn’t too much of a surprise. For those of you who have been paying attention, Sharks, Northlane and The Vandals were fairly obvious additions, some even being prematurely confirmed.

Other acts we’ve been impressed by include, Killswitch Engage, the legendary Orange Goblin, The Sword, Chelsea Grin, The Chariot, O’Brother and Milestones.

The addition of two extra metal bands to the bill has ensured that there really is something to give all sorts of people eargasms. Though early bird and general public sales were snapped up in a heartbeat, tickets recouped from scalpers, etc. were put back on the market today.

Now the next challenge will be organising your day. With a lineup with this many world class international acts, you’re probably going to find yourself in the ‘good problems’ position of having to choose between two of your favourite bands, but let’s cross that bridge when we get to it.

Anyway, Friday afternoon, suns out, full Soundwave Festival 2013 lineup below. Sit back and enjoy the scroll down.

Soundwave 2013 Lineup – Third Announcement

Killswitch Engage
The Vandals
Orange Goblin
The Sword
Chelsea Grin
the Chariot
Sharks
Dr. Acula
O’brother
Northlane
Milestones

Soundwave 2013 Lineup – Second Announcement

Slayer
Cypress Hill
Bullet For My Valentine
Bring Me The Horizon
Billy Talent
Mindless Self Indulgence
Amity Affliction
Sick Of It all
The Blackout
Fucked Up
Gallows
This Is Hell
Cerebral Ballzy
Polar Bear Club
The Early November
The Dear Hunter
Blood On The Dancefloor
Verus The World
Sylosis
Confession

Soundwave 2013 Lineup – First Announcement

Metallica
Linkin Park
Blink-182
A Perfect Circle
The Offspring
Paramore
Garbage
Tomahawk
Stone Sour
Kyuss Lives
Anthrax
Sum 41
Dragonforce
All Time Low
Flogging Molly
Ghost
Duff McKagan’s Loaded
Motion City Soundtrack
Lawrence Arms
Kingdom Of Sorrow
Fozzy
Sleeping With Sirens
Cancer Bats
Madball
Vision of Disorder (original lineup)
Pierce the Veil
Periphery
Shai Halud
Of Mice & Men
Miss May I
Danko Jones
Woe Is Me
The Wonder Years
While She Sleeps
Such Gold
Lucero
Six Feet Under
Deaf Havana
Red Fang
Chunk! No Captain Chunk!
Memphis May Fire!

Soundwave 2013 Dates

Saturday 23rd February – Brisbane
Sunday 24th February – Sydney
Friday 1st March – Melbourne
Saturday 2nd March – Adelaide
Monday 4th March – Perth

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