Nero supporting Sub Focus Live at Relentless Nass

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Nero supporting Sub Focus Live at Relentless Nass

Relentless Nass confirmed Nero and Millencolin with Cancer Bats supporting, as headliners of the Kerrang Stage on Friday 8th July.

Nero is confirmed for the main stage on the Friday 8th, with Labrinth and Dot-Rotten playing the main stage on Saturday.

Millencolin, the legendary Swedish skate-punk rockers are heading up the Kerrang stage, which returns with a line-up of heavy live-acts for a thundering good time. Known for their driving skate punk rock, and catchy melodies with tunes like ‘no cigar,’ the rockers will be returning to the UK for an almighty night.  Supporting are the Cancer Bats, the Canadian hardcore punk band who will be bringing their energetic performance to get the crowd ready.

Cancer Bats, the Toronto hardcore punk band will grace Relentless Nass as supports to Millencolin. Originally a trio the band now write as a 4 piece with their latest creation, 'Bears, Mayors, Scraps And Bones' described as their heaviest, deadliest and most brutal offering to date. Be prepared for an explosive performance from the Canadian shredders

We Are the Ocean, the Essex based post-hardcore five piece unleash their heavy guitar riffs and screaming vocals on the Saturday at the Kerrang Stage.

Dot Rotten made his name in the UK Grime scene with heavy beats and shrewd lyrics. The south Londoner will be taking to the main stage on Saturday and proving why he’s considered one of the biggest names in the Grime scene.


Published on 05 May 2011 by Wayne Feltham

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