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Mayhem Talks Lineup

03:01 PM Monday 1/31/11 | |

The Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival tour unveiled its schedule during the last week of November without even giving us a hint as to which bands made the 2011 lineup. Today, organizers named names, including Disturbed, Godsmack and Megadeth.

Along with the aforementioned bands, the fourth annual Mayhem juggernaut also includes In Flames, Machine Head and Trivium with each band performing on the main stage in rotating slots during the tour.

Other bands appearing on this year’s Mayhem include Unearth, Kingdom Of Sorrow, Red Fang and the winners of the Jagermeister Battle Of The Bands appearing on the Jagermeister Stage while Suicide Silence, All Shall Perish and Straight Line Stitch fill out the lineup for the Extreme Stage.

Along with the above examples of sonic debauchery, each Mayhem stop includes an appearance by the Rockstar Metal Mulisha Jump Team, billed as the “world’s greatest freestyle motocross team.”

Although dates were revealed a couple of months ago, today’s lineup announcement comes with a few caveats.

For example, Megadeth and In Flames will not appear on the tour’s opener in San Bernardino, Calif., at the San Manuel Amphitheatre July 9. Instead, Dethklok will sub for Dave Mustaine & Company while Testament fills in for In Flames.

Testament will also perform in place of In Flames on Mayhem’s July 10 stop in Mountain View, Calif., at the Shoreline Amphitheatre. Finally, Megadeth will not appear in Montreal at the Parc Jean Drapeau July 23.

Produced by Rockstar Taste Of Chaos organizer John Reese, Vans Warped Tour founder Kevin Lyman and the Creative Artists Agency and co-produced by Live Nation, the tour enters presale mode April 8. Check out the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival website for more info.


  1. AstorSapolsky wrote:

    10:35 PM, Feb 06, 2011

    live concert freak spends all of his "I should be making friends" time thinking up of mildly creative names for Megadeth.

    He's probably one of the people who smirks to himself as he says "Lame of God" or "Children of Boredom" as if he is an intelligent person for saying these things.

  2. DeltaSigChi4 wrote:

    02:21 PM, Feb 04, 2011

    @live concert freak

    No results found for metphorically:

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  3. live concert freak wrote:

    12:08 PM, Feb 04, 2011

    @ thehoss Evidently you do not understand I was speaking metphorically. (ask your baby sitter what that means)!!!! My point is the stage presence of megabore is that of watching paint dry!!! The drums are the best part of the show. At least he has a pulse!!!!!

  4. thehoss wrote:

    08:50 PM, Feb 03, 2011

    @ live concert freak apparently you have never been to a mayhem fest when the main stage starts the 2 side stages are done.  the 2 side stages alternately  play all day and in the evening the main stage starts.  so go see if mommy and daddy will buy you a ticket to  warped tour because you have no idea what you are talking about.

  5. AstorSapolsky wrote:

    08:31 PM, Feb 02, 2011

    Are you kidding? Megadeth is probably one of the best metal bands of their time, and still better than half the *** that gets put out there now. And Megabathwater, were you up all night with that one?

    Godsmack is hard rock for balding forty year olds and meatheads. No place in my metal show.

  6. DeltaSigChi4 wrote:

    03:21 PM, Feb 02, 2011

    Your eternal hardon for Dave Mustaine is both alarming and comical.


  7. live concert freak wrote:

    03:06 PM, Feb 02, 2011

    It was a great line up until they put that whiny Dave Mustaine on the bill. The rest is a great show in the making. Going to get my tickets the day they go on sale. When Megabathwater hits the stage I WILL BE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE SECOND STAGE!!!!! Maybe he will hang around the side of the stage to see how Disturbed and Godsmack the real rockers do it!!!!!!!