Out Of The Ashes, the three day rock and metal event has now announced even more names to play the festival between the 11th -13th July 2014 at the Vauxhall Motors Sports and Social Club, Ellesmere Port.
In 2013, Out Of The Ashes was expanded to included acoustic, indie, hardcore and punk rock bands. In the end over 104 bands played at OOTA 2013 over an incredible weekend. This year's event is looking to be even bigger with more band announcements coming in the very near future.
Preston based Thrashers SOLITARY who are enjoying their 20th anniversary in 2014 have been booked to play this year's festival and Rich Sherrington, vocals and guitar said: "Out Of The Ashes is a festival that's gaining a massive reputation for professionalism and putting the band's first, festivals with this kind of attitude and ambition will be around for a long time. We are happy to be a part of this amazing line up in 2014"
Dan Read of the festival said "Incredibly, even though we've now announced 52 bands for OOTA 2014, this isn't even half of the total number of bands who will eventually be playing the event."
The Out Of The Ashes festival is now into its third year and if this line up is anything to go by, the festival will become a favourite amongst rock and metal fans all over the UK.
Atlas Will Atone
Def Con One
Defy All Reason
Hell To Pay
Left For Red
One For Sorrow
Rain May Fall
Reign Of Fury
Super Fast Girlie Show
Tastes Like Animals
The Day Will Come
The Hiding Place
The Hyena Kill
The No Name Janes
This Is Turin
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