Chaos in Tejas: Damned If You Don't

Fest adds UK punk legends, plus Iceage, more

Chaos in Tejas: Damned If You Don't

Break out the ear plugs: The screaming celebration of all music brutal, Chaos in Tejas has made a neat neat neat addition to the lineup with iconic proto-Goths The Damned, plus Danish postpunkers Iceage and Pitchfork dub darling Andy Stott. Passes are on sale now.

The latest update also adds groove-heavy Virginia nihilists Satan's Satyrs, Japanese doomsters Sete Star Sept, and New Zealand's shoegazey veterans The Bats. They'll be sharing moshpits at the multi-venue fest with already announced headliners like grind gods Bolt Thrower, and local faves including Mammoth Grinder and The Mind Spiders.

The fest runs May 30-June 3, and four day passes are available now for $150 via www.chaosintejas.com

Here's the full line-up so far (expect a bunch more names soon). Latest additions in bold.

Abigail (Japan)
Absu
Akitsa (Canada)
Andy Stott (England)
Anhedonist
The Bats (New Zealand)
Bolt Thrower
Criaturas
Criminal Damage

Cruciamentum (England)
The Damned (England)
Destruction Unit
Effluxus
Final Conflict (Ashes to Ashes line up)
Forward (Japan)
Framtid (Japan)
Full of Hell
Gehenna
Hoax
Iceage
(Denmark)
Impalers
Infernoh (Sweden)
Infest
Inservibles (Mexico)
Integrity
Iron Lung
Kromosom (Australia)
Long Knife
Low Culture
Lower (Denmark)
Magic Circle
Mammoth Grinder
Manilla Road
Marching Church (Denmark)
The Marked Men
The Men
Merchandise
Milk Music
Mind Eraser
The Mind Spiders

Mitochondrion (Canada)
NASA Space Universe
Neo Cons
Night Birds
Nomad
The Novice
(Japan/Texas)
Palm (Japan)
Parquet Courts
Power Trip

Rampage
Rival Mob
Rotten Sound
(Finland)
Sad Boys
Satan's Satyrs

Screaming Females
Sete Star Sept (Japan)
S.H.I.T. (Canada)
Stab (England)
Step Forward
Strange Factory (Japan)
Sudor (Spain)
Terveet Kadet (Finland)
Total Control (Australia)
Tragedy
UV Race (Australia)
Vaginors (Australia)
Vaaska
Violent Future
(Canada)
Wiccans
World War 4
Wrathprayer (Chile)

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Chaos in Tejas, The Damned, Iceage, The Bats, Andy Stott

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