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Northlane Top Adelaide Heavy Beer Festival Froth & Fury’s Monster 2024 Lineup

The lineup for Adelaide’s annual beer and metal extravaganza Froth & Fury Festival has arrived, featuring a monster lineup headlined by Western Sydney metalcore titans Northlane.

Going down at Mundy Street in Port Adelaide on Saturday, 9th November, the 2024 roster will also feature homegrown deathcore act Thy Art Is Murder, US metal icons Fear Factory (in their only show on Aussie turf), plus a reunion set from homegrown 90’s nu metal favourites Testeagles, a 40th anniversary performance from punk legends The Hard-Ons, an appearance from Taiwanese Buddhist death metallers Dharma and loads more.

Northlane – ‘Afterimage’ (feat. Ian Kenny)

The lineup is also stacked with rising local talent, including Thornhill, Future Static, These New South Whales and heaps of others.

“Stitched together like Frankenstein’s monster from the parts of wild mosh pits, ear-shattering riffs, and beer foam so thick you could crowd surf on it, this year we’re turning the volume up to eleven and the taps all the way open!” promoters hyped up in a press statement.

You can suss the full lineup and ticketing details down below.

Froth & Fury 2024 Lineup

  • Northlane
  • Thy Art Is Murder
  • Fear Factory (USA – Only Australian Show)
  • Testeagles (Reunion Show)
  •  Thornhill
  • Bodyjar
  • Psycroptic
  • C.O.F.F.I.N
  • These New South Whales
  • The Hard Ons (40th Anniversary Show)
  • Day Of Contempt (Reunion Show)
  • Volatile Ways
  • Future Static
  • Dharma (Taiwan)
  • Blood Sucking Freaks
  • Pizza Death
  • Signv/S
  • Lumen Ad Mortem
  • Sundowner
  • Witchspit
  • Devoidance
  • Bifurcation
  • + More Bands TBA

Date & Venue

  • Saturday, 9th November 2024 – Mundy Street, Port Adelaide, SA

Early bird presale from Thursday, 20th June – sign up here

General public on-sale from Monday, 24th June 24 at 9am ACST via Moshtix

Further Reading

CJ McMahon Retracts Apology, Is No Longer a Member of Thy Art Is Murder

Northlane & Karnivool’s Ian Kenny Team Up On New Single ‘Afterimage’

Fear Factory “Shaken Up” By Tour Bus Crash In Germany

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