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  • Writer's pictureJodie Brough

Mason Hill, Rews, Led By Lanterns & more completeline-up for Primordial General Mayhem 2023

Headlined by Those Damn Crows

Saturday 29th April 2023 at KK's Steel Mill, Wolverhampton

Primordial Radio is hugely excited to announce the final additions for the Primordial General Mayhem 2023 with Glaswegian modern rockers Mason Hill added as main support to headliners Those Damn Crows on Saturday 29th April 2023, at KK’s Steel Mill in Wolverhampton.

Recorded at Riverside Studios with Scott Taylor, their 2021 album Against The Wall is an acknowledgement of the struggles the band has had to overcome, resulting in one of the most hard-hitting and engaging debut albums to emerge from the British rock scene in recent years.

Also added to the bill is alt-rock force Rews, following the success of their debut album Pyro and sophomore Warriors, the band went on to tour extensively across the globe, including supporting the likes of Halestorm and The Darkness, as well as critically acclaimed performances at festivals such as Glastonbury, 2000 Trees and many more.

Full to the brim with bouncy hooks, heavy riffs and soaring vocals, Led By Lanterns also join the bill, with Insurgent, Fury, Raised By Wolves and Straight For The Sun taking up slots on the Primordial Presents stage.

In addition, confirmed for the Friday night 200-cap pre-party (sold out) is Jøra The Førtuneteller, Wood & Nails and Fangs Out, who will be supporting soulful fuzz rockers Scruffy Bear.

Starting in 2018 as a one-day event with just three bands, the Primordial General Mayhem has become the destination event for Primordial members and rock & metal fans alike.

Combining the power of music and community, the event has previously hosted the likes of Skindred, Devin Townsend, Bob Vylan, Massive Wagons and many more over the past four years with Knotfestdescribing it as a "Grand Spectacle of Rock Fury".

Now with a new home, the Primordial General Mayhem will be taking place at the illustrious KK's Steel Mill in Wolverhampton on Saturday 29th April 2023, with an additional intimate 200 cap pre-party also planned for Friday 28th April 2023.

Modern rock's unstoppable force Those Damn Crows have been confirmed as headliners for Saturday 29th April 2023.

In between performing on the main stage at Download Festival 2022, selling out headline shows at the likes of Cardiff Castle, and playing German TV channel WDR's prestigious Rockpalast Crossroads festival, Those Damn Crows recorded Inhale/Exhale, an album that elevates their signature hard-hitting rock to dizzying heights.

The Welsh quintet sadly had to pull out of headlining PGM 22 earlier this year due to vocalist Shane Greenhall injuring his back. This is very much unfinished business, and the Primordial team can't wait for the guys to finally take to the stage and deliver a humungous headline set.

Confirmed for the main stage on Saturday 29th April 2023 are hard rockers South Of Salem who return after an incredible PGM set in 2021. One of the hottest unsigned rock acts in the UK right now, Marisa & The Moths will also be appearing - their debut self-titled LP hit #66 in the Official Downloads Chart and has amassed hundreds of thousands of streams globally.

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