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Shinedown, Godsmack and Five Finger Death Punch to headline 2019’s Inkcarceration festival

Posted by on January 16, 2019

Inkcarceration Music and Tattoo Festival will return this summer on July 12-14th at the Historic Ohio State Reformatory (Shawshank Prison). The lineup for the three-day event has been announced as Shinedown, Godsmack and Five Finger Death Punch are scheduled to headline. The festival will consist of over 30 bands and 70 tattoo artists. For those who enjoy horror, there will be a brand new haunted house attraction Escape from Blood Prison! Field, camping, and VIP tickets are currently on sale at this location.

Current lineup (so far):

Shinedown

Godsmack

Five Finger Death Punch

+Live+

Taking Back Sunday

Seether

Skillet

I Prevail

Starset

Red Sun Rising

Motionless in White

Fozzy

Buckcherry

The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus

Andrew W.K.

P.O.D.

Stabbing Westward

Light the Torch

From Ashes to New

Smile Empty Soul

Eyes Set To Kill

Awake at Last

The Funeral Portrait

Kerbera

Raven Black

Beyond Unbroken

Rivals

Impending Lies

The Everyday Losers

The Monster Dolls

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Metal By Numbers 6/6: Jonathan Davis leads a labyrinth of sales

Posted by on June 6, 2018

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. No, seriously, this list of debuts is longer than I’ve had in a while. Nineteen albums, some you’ll know, some you won’t, some you’ll want to check out, some you’ll take one look at […]

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Your definitive guide to metal at SXSW

Posted by on March 3, 2014

Right now, downtown Austin is bracing itself for the calm before the storm. In just four days (7), annual music, interactive and film mega-convention South by SouthWest (SXSW) will begin, and won’t let up until the following Sunday (16). Spring break for the music industry, place where bands go to get signed, or place where […]

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New & Noteworthy, May 22nd – Heading for the Dawn

Posted by on May 22, 2012

In the highly competitive music industry, even metal bands have to fight for increasing recognition with each new release. It’s very difficult for bands to see increases in sales numbers from one album to the next, as any reader of Metal by Numbers is aware. It’s gotten to the point where a band’s new album […]

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