Attackhead Confirmed for Hell and Heaven Metal Festival in Guadalajara, Mexico

By on October 1, 2012

Southern California thrash metal band Attackhead has announced they will be performing at the Hell and Heaven Metal Fest in Guadalajara Mexico on Oct 27th.

Hell and Heaven Metal Festival is currently the only open air metal festival in Mexico. The Festival is dedicated to metal, but tries to balance genders like: Heavy, Glam, Metalcore, Thrash, Speed, Death, Black and Industrial metal. The festival had its first edition in October 2010 with three stages and 40 bands. In 2011, the promoters exceeded an attendance of 20,000 and had 57 international performing artists. This year’s line up will include Attackhead as well as headliners Anthrax, Exodus, Static X and Heathen.
Additionally, Attackhead will be available in Guadalajara, Mexico for a Meet and Greet on Friday afternoon sponsored by Metal Mexico.
Singer and lead guitarist Mark Chapman said “This will be our first time in Mexico and we are very excited to get down there and perform for our
fans”.   Attackhead is promoting their latest release “Voices in the Dark
– Second Attack” which was remixed/mastered and released in August 2011.
The album was also released on classic vinyl in February 2012.  The Album is available in stores throughout Mexico.
The Mexico tour is being sponsored by Dunlop, Spear Guitars, Coffin Case, Tsunami Cables, Rock and Roll Gangstar apparel, SKB and Meteoro Amplifiers.  Attackhead will be promoted by Metal Mexico in Mexico with US Promotion by Echo Eyes Tour and Management.
Upon their return from Mexico, Attackhead will be scheduling a May 2013 tour in Europe with performances in England, Netherlands, Germany, Czech Republic, Austria and Belgium.
See more of Attackhead on their official website at www.Attackhead.com.
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