Maryland Deathfest Announces 2022 Lineup

Maryland Deathfest 2022

The 2022 edition of Maryland Deathfest on May 26-29 is fast approaching bringing with it an epic lineup of extreme metal music to Baltimore.

Stalled for the last two years due to the pandemic, the Maryland DeathFest is poised to make its return to Baltimore starting on Thursday, May 26, and running through Sunday, May 29. This monster festival of extreme metal has been battered like most post-pandemic tours by band cancellations and rescheduling. However, the latest line-up remains stellar.

Maryland Deathfest 2022 Lineup

Carcass will be on hand to rip into their fantastic new album Torn Arteries. Legends of progressive death metal band Atheist and Coroner will blister the festival along with thrash masters Exhorder, Onslaught, Destruction, and Vio-lence. Eviscerating the crowd with their iconic death metal will be Obituary, Suffocation, Dismember, Bloodbath, Monstrosity, Cancer, Immolation, Hypocrisy, and Massacre.

Recent updates include the return of Decide playing their entire Legion album for the first time to celebrate 30 years of death metal glory. Max Cavalera and Igor Cavalera will dig into select tracks from Sepultura’s masterful Beneath The Remains and Arise albums.

For those looking for something with a bit of hardcore, grind, or punk, Maryland Deathfest offers up Yautja, Shock Narcotic, Cloud Rat, ACxDC, and Enforced. For crushing doom Maryland Deathfest has you covered with Cough, Primitive Man, and Novembers Doom.

You can get your fill of new school death metal from Mortiferum, Skeletal Remains, Blood Feast, Gravesend and Limbsplitter. For black metal fans, Maryland Deathfest brings you The Ruins of Beverast, Dark Fortress, Sacramentum, Profanatica, and Nifelheim

Over the four days and four venues, Maryland Deathfest 2022 will give you all the extreme metal you can handle and a few unique surprises as well. Tickets are going quick, get yours today and we’ll see you in Baltimore.

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