Black Mourning Light

BML 2017 to Host Revenge and Blasphemy

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It’s been known since the 15th of February who our headliners for this year’s festival will be, as well as the rest of the lineup, but finally I am getting it onto the website!

I am honoured to say that Black Mourning Light 2017 will be headlined by none other than bestial black metal legends Revenge and Blasphemy, two of the pioneers of the genre. With them is a plethora of amazing black and death metal bands that are sure to rip your head off in the name of Satan. Once more it will also be a two-day festival, taking place on Friday the 13th and Saturday the 14th of October, and we will be in a much larger room for this round of sacrilege: The Starlite Room.

The 2017 logo and poster art was tackled by Thiti Somboonanek, best known as his pen name Sickness666. He has done artwork for such bands as Impiety, Deiphago, Manzer, Black Witchery and many others, so I knew he would be the perfect artist for this year.

Tickets to Black Mourning Light are $45 for each day, and $75 for a two-day pass, and can be bought here or here. We are still figuring out logistics and details for The Mourning After, and if indeed we will host it this year or not.

Full band list below.

Black Mourning Light Metal Festival 2017 Poster

Friday, October 13th

Blasphemy
Rites of thy Degringolade
Fortress
Sorguinazia
Ares Infernus

Saturday, October 13th

Revenge
Antichrist
Gravehill
Xul
Funeral of God
Scythra
Goathammer

 

Black Mourning Light 2017 In Planning Stages

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Black Mourning Light Metal Festival is now planning our third event, and it promises to eclipse the previous two in not just size, but in heaviness, insanity, and evil.

We are taking applications for bands to play the festival, which is scheduled for October 14th, 2017, at a venue that is still to be announced. You can apply to play with this link.

We have a slightly more black metal heavy year with 2017, and a good amount of soul crushing doom is in the works, so attendees of the first two years will not feel out of place at all. I do, however, think that the third edition of the fest will indeed be perfect for true black metal maniacs.

2017 will be one for the record books. See you there.