Motocultor 2024: the poster is growing

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The Breton metal festival Motocultor has revealed new groups on the bill for its 15th edition, which takes place from August 15 to 18, 2024.

As the 15th edition of the Motocultivator Open Air, the Breton metal festival team announces new names. The ticketing is open. Go to the official website.

This motley announcement includes new headliners like the Swedes Opeth And Meshuggah, who will present two different visions of death metal, one progressive and sometimes ambient, the other technical and surgical. Death metal always, the Belgian brutes ofAborted We also find the French stoner trio Grandma’s Asheswithout forgetting the American thrashers of Hirax. Outside of metal, the cult and jack-of-all-trades band Magma.

Let’s not forget the Polish progressive metal band Riversideas well as Ukrainian stoner band Stoned Jesus. The Hungarians of Haggard will come to present their symphonic metal, as well as the Greek folk rock group Villagers of Ioannina City.

These artists join the groups already announced Architects, After the Burial, Cattle Decapitation, The Black Dahlia Murder, Liturgy, Clutch, Les Sheriff And Kvelertak.

See you on August 15, 16, 17 and 18, 2024 in Carhaix, for this 15th edition of the Motocultivator Open Air. In the meantime, consult our live report of the 2023 edition, present in WECB Weekly n°128, available via our online store.

Find the editorial selection among the groups present on the poster of the past edition.


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