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Gallery: Mangata Festival Day One Part One 16/07/22

It was one of the hottest weekends in the UK, so Rebecca decided she would take a team down to the first year of the Mangata Festival to sweat it out altogether. Here you will see photography done by Rebecca and Ruby does any words you may see. Here are the day one activities:

Buried By My Heartache:

“Buried By My Heartache are a multiskilled metal band with a passion for their music that is just gushing out their songs.’’

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Froglord:

“Froglord – a band that sweeps you off to a different planet with their amphibian metal sounds and the captivating story telling in their music.’’

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Replica Jesus:

“Bass-heavy Replica Jesus makes you feel like every single atom in your body is vibrating on a different frequency when enjoying live.”

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Draconian Regin:

“Serpent-like vocals, devilish riffs, and symphonic sounds is the captivating mastery of Draconian Reign”

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Decade & A Day: 

“Decade & A Day’s songs seem to just pull at your heartstrings while at the same time have this uncanny ability to lift your spirits.”

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Those Once Loyal:

“With moshpit-inducing riffs, intense and also slower passages, Those Once Loyal are the embodiment of early 2000 Metalcore. Truly a band that can hold their own among the trailblazers of the genre.”

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Wolves Don’t Sleep:

“Wolves Don’t Sleep take no prisoners with their upfront and unconditional ability to flood your ears with masterfully passionate metalcore sounds.”

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The Five Hundred:

“Charismatic vocals with crushing riffs and heady metalcore sounds are the trademark of The Five Hundred as well as being a downright tantalizing live act.”

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Palm Reader:

“Palm Reader’s sound is a cathartic download of emotional baggage wrapped in impactful vocals and artful acoustics.”

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