Infamous Empire Announces the Outrage Festival For February 16th 2013, Headliners will be The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus and Hawthorne Heights

Infamous Empire s excited to announce their first ever festival in the form of the Outrage Festival. The festival will take place at The Oil Palace in Tyler, Texas and will feature The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus and Hawthorne Heights (Cardboard Empire) as headliners while also including The Overseer (Solid State), Becoming The Archetype (Solid State), and Onward To Olympas (Facedown Records) among others. Presale tickets will begin to be sold November 23rd. The current confirmed bands are as follows:

LINEUP

Feb 16th

The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus

Hawthorne Heights

Apparitions

The Overseer

NameSake

From Atlantis

Neurotic November

At Tide We Sail

Stand Your Ground

Becoming the Archetype

It Lies Within

Damien Deadson (Ryan Helm formerly of Demon Hunter)

Widow

Every Passing Dream

Ark of the Covenant

Barrier

Onward to Olympus

Bow Prometheus

Take This City

Artifacts

Sail the Sky

Iori

The Audran Sequence

Thirtyseven

Sworn In

I, Omega

Seeker

Flights

Numbers

The Scarlet Letter

Sleep Now

Of An Empire

Flood Mercia

MySuicide

Aspire

LINKS

https://www.facebook.com/outragefestival

https://www.facebook.com/InfamousEmpire

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