HM is a proud supporter of the South By So What?! music festival, and today they released a number of additions to the bill for the Spring 2014 edition, inluding The Devil Wears Prada, Mychildren Mybride, Sleeping Giant and Taking Back Sunday.

You can read the full list here, but some notables are below. The festival takes place Monday-Friday, March 14-16 at QuikTrip Park in Dallas, TX.

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Friday, Mar. 14

Taking Back Sunday
The Used
Asking Alexandria
August Burns Red
Emmure
Gideon
We Came As Romans
Chiodos

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Saturday, Mar. 15

Bring Me the Horizon
Of Mice & Men
Motionless in White
Mindless Self-Indulgence
For Today
Fit for a King
letlive.
Atilla
Erra
Wolves at the Gate

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Sunday, Mar. 16

The Devil Wears Prada
Between the Buried and Me
The Story So Far
Comeback Kid
Sleeping Giant
Animals As Leaders
Being As An Ocean
Born Of Osiris
Hundredth
Kublai Khan
MyChildren MyBride
Periphery

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