News•December 25, 2019 6:46 PM ET•5,848 views
Misery Signals, Zao, more added to Furnace Fest 2020
Furnace Fest organizers have confirmed four additional bands for the 2020 installment of the event, which is being held September 18-20 at Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham, AL. Now joining the impressive roster (see below) are Misery Signals, Zao, Living Sacrifice, and '68. Regarding '68 and mastermind Josh Scogin, Furnace Fest had this to say:
"As you might have guessed, we've approached (maybe even politely pressured) Josh Scogin about playing a Bless The Martyr (original line up) album set, and even discussed a The Chariot reunion, at FF2020. "It would be beyond easy (not to mention financially rewarding) for someone as prolific as Josh Scogin to live in the comfort of nostalgia. "However, one thing we appreciate so much about Josh is that he is forever fixated on the future, the new, and the 'now'... with that said, we feel 100% honored to partner with him and what we know is going to be a rambunctiously good time with '68 at FF2020! So, if you see copycat images that we haven't publicly shared (like The Chariot, Van Halen, WuTang Clan, or Tony Bennett), please know there's a good chance someone is pulling a sock full of pennies on you."The current line-up is as follows: '68 August Burns Red Beloved Boysetsfire Evergreen Terrace Few Left Standing Further Seems Forever Haste Hopesfall Life In Your Way Living Sacrifice Misery Signals Shai Hulud The Beautiful Mistake With Honor Zao
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