The horror-themed Life After Death Horror Fest to be held in Mexico City on December 1, 2 and 3 has surprisingly announced a change of venue.
Initially it was announced that the festival would be held at Parque Bicentenario, however without a concrete explanation, the festival changed to Parque Cuitláhuac located in the east of Mexico City.
There was no explanation for the change of venue, but everything points to the fact that the neighbors of Parque Bicentenario complained about the noise and traffic problems caused by the massive events in the park.
However, the line-up is still in place, except for two casualties: Kitty and Last In Line, which were replaced by luxury bands such as Riot V and Forbidden. The tickets previously purchased for Parque Bicentenario are completely valid for the new venue of Life After Death Horror Fest, a festival that will feature performances by Warlock, Alice Cooper, KKs Priest, Saxon, WASP and many more bands.
Degenerator, led by Barrett Klesko (Alle Else Fails) who is joined by Jonathan Webster (Pass of Era, ex-Striker), this relentless musical force delivers a spellbinding sound that resonates with fans of grunge, sludge, stoner, and doom metal.