BEHEMOTH set to headline Deccan Rock IV- Hyderabad (India)!

After a hiatus of 3 years, one of the most reputed metal festivals of India, Deccan Rock strikes hard with a mammoth of a line up this year! This 2016 edition is a conceptual one which will focus on spreading awareness about environmental issues such as Global warming and climate change and is currently associated with local NGO’s and Government Organizations. It’s quite an initiative and cheers to team Orka Networks for making this edition a terrific one.

Teaser that was released earlier-

Various speculations arose about the band that is set to headline and some of course were quite obvious. The news about the headliner was trending on social media unlike anything else that I have seen before! It’s time to reveal the headliner now. This year’s Deccan Rock- The Fourth Edition will be headlined by the legendary extreme metal deity BEHEMOTH from Poland!


Poster designed by- Yuvraj Bhatnagar

The band commands a massive fan base in the South Asian region. This is the first time they will be playing in India and it’s time to block your dates and save up now! This is indeed an ultimate treat for Indian metalheads, where they finally get to watch their gods play live. Other bands on the bill include Extreme metal band Meta-stasis from UK, deathsters Inner Sanctum, Elemental, Primitiv and more!

The festival is scheduled to take place in Hyderabad (India) on September 24th, 2016 at Leonia Holistic Destination- Hyderabad Resort.


Get event details here- DECCAN ROCK- IV

Do share this news out for your friends too!

Written by-

Harsha Vardhan (Metaljesus Magazine– Owner/Chief Editor)


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