Slaughterpit 2017

Slaughterpit 2017 in 7 videos

With our first two stage Slaughterpit just around the corner, we decided we wanted to make sure you were all a bit more familiar with the seven fantastic acts we’ve got lined up for the event.¬†Every band was picked specifically to offer a different interpretation of what is heaviest on the UK underground. There will […]

Countless Skies

Countless Skies replace Aghast at Slaughterpit 2017

Due to unfortunate circumstances, Aghast will be unable to perform at Slaughterpit 2017 as previously stated. However, a rapid fire, and rather tasty replacement has been found in Hertfordshire based melodic death metallers, Countless Skies. When an outfit like this is described by Zero Tolerance as “a band of stature, worth, and class“, you have […]

Slaughterpit pic

Slaughterpit: Last two bands and February competition

The final bands for Slaughterpit 2017 can now be revealed. Threshold Sicks and Slow Walkers will be opening the first and second stages respectively, setting the event off fantastically right from the get-go. This completes the seven band bill, but there have been murmurs that sufficient advance ticket sales could lead to more bands being […]

Krysthla

Krysthla Enter The Slaughterpit

Smashing into the UK metal scene with their 2015 debut full-length, Northamptonshire’s Krysthla have rapidly become one of the most exciting bands in British metal. Blasting through Europe supporting Decapitated, and churning up stages at Bloodstock and Mammothfest in 2016, they have been called ‘instantly gripping’ (Powerplay), ‘ruthlessly precise’ (Terrorizer), and ‘One of the 15 […]

Slaughterpit: Warlord + Blood Thread

Slaughterpit: Warlord UK and Blood Thread added

Two more bands have been announced for Hordes Of Belial’s Slaughterpit next May 13th, and they’re fantastic! Firstly, Birmingham’s multi-metal Warlord UK are launching a raiding party in our direction. Formerly signed to Nuclear Blast, and now with Xtreem Music, they originally kicked off in the early nineties, but called it a day before the […]