News: Five Weeks Until The Mighty Incineration Festival Brings Its 10 Year Anniversary Edition To Camden Town, London

With just five weeks to go until the formidable Incineration Fest hits London again in its ritualistic annual pilgrimage of all thing’s Black and Death on the extreme metal soundscape it’s time to start getting excited, very very excited.

In a little over a month we will be treated to four stages of madness spread across Camden Town and within the four iconic venues there will simply be the very best of UK and worldwide extreme metal on which to annihilate your senses.

The Dev will play host to the likes of Anakim, Vacivus and Slime lord while The Black Heart will be decimated with the immense Devastator, the toxic Abduction and the colossal The Sun’s Journey Through The Night.

The Underworld will accommodate Ante-Inferno, Conan and Dead Congregation amongst others while The Electric Ballroom will simply destroy you with Black Metal legends Carpathian Forest, Blackened Death Metal by way of the immense Belphegor with the day being rounded off by the brutal Amorphis.

There will also be an Incineration Festival official pre-party at The Black Heart which will welcome Rotten Sound plus support. A perfect way to get the juices flowing.

Incineration Festival never disappoints and this year’s 10 year anniversary edition promises to be another day to be written in the history books as a ‘I was there’ moment.

Don’t hesitate in securing your tickets now at  Incineration Fest 2024

Incineration Festival 2024 – Official Pre-Party


The Black Heart

19.00 – 23.00


Incineration Festival 2024


11.00 – 21.00

The Electric Ballroom

Amorphis, Anaal Nathrakh, Belphegor, Carpathian Forest, Winterfylleth, Fen

The Underworld

Dead Congregation, Conan, Hexis, Yoth Iria, Thantifaxath, Ante-Inferno

The Black Heart

Butcher, The Sun’s Journey Through The Night, Cryptic Shift, Wallowing, Abduction, Devastator, Burner

The Dev

Slime Lord, Malediction, Vacivus, Anakim, Lost Brethren, Corpsing

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