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FLAMING WRECKAGE Prepare To Light Up KILLFEST This Saturday

FLAMING WRECKAGE Prepare To Light Up KILLFEST This Saturday

Update: 2022-11-22
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Sydney metal dynamos Flaming Wreckage will this weekend make the pilgrimage to the Old Kilmore Goal outside of Melbourne to play at Killfest 2022 alongside acts like Skeletal Remains, Psycroptic, Dreadnaught, Innasanatorium and more.
Just being invited to play in such esteemed company is testament alone to the hard work put in by Flaming Wreckage in recent years, but when you consider they are the only act invited back to perform after last years inaugural event that achievement is magnified even more.
Set down for November 26 Killfest is staged by Mick Quee from Quirky Sounds who aims to bring together the cream of Australian hard rock and metal talent under one roof for a day of music rarely seen in this country.
For the first time Killfest welcomes an international act in Skeletal Remains but the focus predominantly remains on Australian bands.
Flaming Wreckage vocalist Dave Lupton caught up with HEAVY only days out from the show to talk about Killfest and other things happening with the band.
"It's really sick," he enthused. "We had the honour of playing it last year but it's really cool to see so many regional festivals popping up around Australia and this one is one of the best. You can't go wrong with that venue. It's in an old jail with a really cool vibe and Mick puts on an awesome show. This line-up is pretty unbeatable as well. There's a couple of heavy hitters up the top so I reckon it's gonna be a ripper."
In the full interview, Dave talks about the other bands on the line-up, who he is most looking forward to playing with, last years show and why it worked, life as a touring musician, what sorts of things the band learns about themselves and their music on the road, the follow up to last years album Cathedral Of Bones, what to expect musically from it, how Flaming Wreckage has changed musically over their three albums to date, future plans and more.
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FLAMING WRECKAGE Prepare To Light Up KILLFEST This Saturday

FLAMING WRECKAGE Prepare To Light Up KILLFEST This Saturday

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