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smearCampaign
03-30-2014, 07:22 PM
June 6th, 7th and 8th, 2014
Tahoe National Forest, Northern California

http://www.handyhousenetwork.com/festumcarnis/

See updated poster in Treghet's post below

FESTUM CARNIS! A WEEKEND OF WOODS, METAL, AND RITUAL PANDEMONIUM!

THIS IS A GENUINE OUT-IN-THE-WOODS-ON-A-MOUNTAIN METAL EXPERIENCE… FERAL, NATURAL, PRIMAL, CARNAL! WE WILL FORGE THIS EXPERIENCE WITH MUSIC, FOOD, DRINK, AND THE NATURAL TERRAIN WHICH SURROUNDS US! FESTUM CARNIS IS IN IT’S SECOND YEAR AND WE INTEND TO RAGE EVEN FUKKIN’ HARDER, MEANER, STEADIER,AND NASTIER THAN LAST YEARS HELL EXTRAVAGANZA! ALL OF YOU DIE-HARDS WHO HAVE CONJURED DREAMS OF THE PRIMITIVE METAL EXPERIENCE IN THE WOODS FEATURING BEASTLY ELEMENTS OF SUCH FORCES, HERE IT IS! PREPARE YOUR SOULS AND THE VESSELS IN WHICH THEY ARE HELD! WIMPS AND PRIMADONNAS NEED NOT APPLY, AS THIS IS FOR THE TRUE WARRIORS AND AGENTS OF CHAOS WHO HAVE ENVISIONED SUCH AN EXPERIENCE!…… GET READY TO RAGE FORTH ONCE AGAIN MANIAKS!… FOR THIS IS YOUR OUTDOOR OPEN AIR FESTIVAL!!! BRING YOUR TOOLS OF INSTINCTUAL SURVIVAL WITH YOU! ….. THE MOUNTAINOUS WOODS AWAIT!


This looks like a blast. Between this and that Stella Natura there are a couple awesome underground metal camping fests in the woods of California that I'd like to attend sometime.

Coma323
03-31-2014, 01:34 AM
Between this and that Stella Natura there are a couple awesome underground metal camping fests in the woods of California that I'd like to attend sometime.
Stella Natura is no more.

Onioner
03-31-2014, 02:19 AM
Stella Natura is no more.

Good riddance. I'm pretty sure the festival turned out to be organized by white supremacists or some shit.

treghet
03-31-2014, 02:57 AM
The idea of camping in the mountains and seeing a metal fest sounds awesome, but the lineup for this isn't all that appetizing. Seeing Inquisition do a proper headlining set would be nice, but not $150 nice. The draw would be more of the experience rather than the bands playing.

smearCampaign
03-31-2014, 05:26 AM
Good riddance. I'm pretty sure the festival turned out to be organized by white supremacists or some shit.

Ouch, that's no good.



The idea of camping in the mountains and seeing a metal fest sounds awesome, but the lineup for this isn't all that appetizing. Seeing Inquisition do a proper headlining set would be nice, but not $150 nice. The draw would be more of the experience rather than the bands playing.

Yeah, not worth traveling across the country, but if I were in the area I'd heavily consider it. I haven't been to a fest with camping in a few years and like you said, the experience would be a big part of the draw.

treghet
06-02-2014, 02:36 AM
This was announced a few weeks ago, but I didn't hear about it until now. Inquisition, Nunslaughter, and many others dropped from the lineup after the organizers realized they wouldn't be able to pay all the bands due to low ticket sales. They've been offering refunds to those who already purchased tickets.

https://scontent-a-lax.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xaf1/t1.0-9/10365987_1099514113412411_1745860366926500177_n.jp g