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'Full Noise' Punk Festival Announced For March

'Full Noise' Punk Festival Announced For March

Friday 12th January, 2018 1:41PM

Fans of loud guitars and vocal snarls will have their sonic thirsts satiated in March with the announcement of the first instalment of the Full Noise punk festival in Auckland. The two evenings of cacophony will see bands from all ends of the punk spectrum converge from around the country on the Grey Lynn Library Hall.

Appearances will include long running, Wellington-based d-beat/crust legends Rogernomix, Nelson-based newcomers Feral Blood, Dunedinite post-hardcore crew Swallow’s Nest, powerviolence thugs Stress Ghetto and Auckland favourites Sick Old Man, Club Stupid and Slug Hugger. The gathering will also feature a day show with DJs spinning weird and wonderful aural oddities accompanied by DIY market stalls offering punk rock records, tapes, CDs, patches and more. Details below…

Full Noise Festival
Friday 2nd March to Saturday 3rd March, Grey Lynn Library Hall, Auckland

Featuring... Nervous Jerk, Feral Blood, Swallows Nest, Rogernomix, Stress Ghetto, Tvx, Corpse Rat, Spiteful Urinator, Contenders, Sick Old Man, Club Stupid, Slug Hugger, Ragged Veins, The Biscuits, Distant Fear, Draulicht + punk rock DJs & markets

Weekend passes will be available on Monday 15th January via UTR

Check out the punishing Rogernomix track ‘Hollow Society’ from their 2016 split with Bonecruncher…

Check out Spiteful Urinator's 'Bastards Among Us' from the No NZ compilation which also features tunes from Sick Old Man, Stress Ghetto, Corpse Rat and Feral Blood, who are all playing Full Noise…

Here’s a catchy Nervous Jerk ditty ‘Claustrophobic’…

Official after party at Whammy Backroom on Saturday 3rd of March with bands TBA.


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