Northern Invasion Festival 2016 Lineup Revealed

The daily band lineup has been announced for the second annual Northern Invasion taking place Saturday, May 14 and Sunday, May 15 at Somerset Amphitheater in Somerset, WI, just outside the Twin Cities.

After quickly selling out its inaugural year with 25,000 fans in attendance, Northern Invasion expands to two full days in 2016. Single day tickets for Northern Invasion go on sale Wednesday, April 20 at 10:00 AM Central Time for $99 (plus fees).

The daily band lineup for Northern Invasion is as follows (subject to change):

Saturday, May 14

Rob Zombie, Shinedown, Chevelle, A Day To Remember, Lamb Of God, Clutch, Babymetal, P.O.D., Black Stone Cherry, Yelawolf, Asking Alexandria, Parkway Drive, Enter Shikari, Avatar, Aranda, Monster Truck, The Shrine, Hands Like Houses, Wild Throne, Second Pass

Sunday, May 15

Disturbed, Korn, Bring Me The Horizon, Seether, Ghost, SIXX:A.M., Pop Evil, Hellyeah, Sevendust, Saint Asonia, Trivium, Butcher Babies, Beartooth, Red Sun Rising, From Ashes To New, Lacey Sturm, Audiotopsy, The Glorious Sons, Andrew Watt, City Of The Weak

In addition, those who purchase camping packages and VIP Upgrades will have access to the Northern Invasion Friday Night Bonfire Pre-Party with performances from Thunderstruck (tribute to AC/DC) and Wayland.

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Juggernaught Streaming “Bring The Meat Back”

The first single and title track from the 2012 album by South African hard rock/metal band Juggernaught has been made into an official video. That song, “Bring the Meat Back,” is streaming below. “Bring the Meat Back” is the second album from the Pretoria band, and has been streaming in its entirety over on bandcamp.

Their first release, 2009’s “Act of Goat,” was well received locally, selling out its first pressing in less than two months on the heels of the lead single, “Mountain Man.” Following the momentum of its debut, the band was invited to write and record a song with local music star, Mapuputsi, for the South African Broadcasting Channel’s highly rated Jam Sandwhich television show, the result of which quickly became one of the highest selling singles in the show’s history.

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