Badflower

Badflower

Friday, May 17 @ 2:15pm | Monster Main Stage


Los Angeles rock & roll outfit Badflower brought grit and swagger inspired by the Sunset Strip when they made their debut in 2013. Armed with dark anthems that often grappled with themes like addiction, drug use, and mental illness, they earned their first modern rock radio hit with "Ghost" in 2018. Their debut, OK, I'm Sick, arrived in early 2019 on Big Machine.



The Interrupters

The Interrupters

Sunday, May 19 @ 3:55pm | Echo Stage


Rollicking California ska-punk band the Interrupters are another example of how the uptempo variation on the classic Jamaican sound remains a perennial favorite on the West Coast. The group banded together in the 2010s and teamed with producer Tim Armstrong of Rancid to crank out a series of albums, like 2016's Say It Out Loud, that harked back to the classic sound of 2-Tone Records, but added a modern punk power.



Mark Lanegan Band

Mark Lanegan Band

Saturday, May 18 @ 5:00pm | Wave Stage


Singing with a deep, nicotine-ravaged growl that's rich, strong, and sensuously forbidding, Mark Lanegan first rose to fame when his band the Screaming Trees won a taste of mainstream recognition in the '90s. Though his first success was tied to the grunge scene, Lanegan subsequently carved out a strong identity of his own as a vocalist and songwriter. Lanegan's music is nearly always informed by the blues, but the singer is willing to take his darkly poetic sensibility wherever his muse points him. His solo work has veered from the semi-acoustic atmospheres of 1990's The Winding Sheetand 1998's Scraps at Midnight to the adventurous hard rock of 2004's Bubblegum and 2012's Blues Funeral and to the clean electronic surfaces of 2014's Phantom Radio. And Lanegan has been a frequent collaborator with a number of noted artists, including Greg Dulli, Queens of the Stone Age, Isobel Campbell, Soulsavers, and Duke Garwood.



Pussy Riot

Pussy Riot

Friday, May 17 @ 5:05pm | Wave Stage


Feminist performance art collective and occasional punk band Pussy Riot made international headlines in 2012 after members were arrested and imprisoned for protesting the re-election of Russian president Vladimir Putin and perceived corruption in the Russian Orthodox church. The group formed in Moscow in August 2011 as an offshoot of the performance/street art group Voina, in response to government policies that discriminated against women.



Bad Wolves

Bad Wolves

Friday, May 17 @ 5:15pm | Echo Stage


Bad Wolves aren't just a band, they're a sonic wrecking ball that's destroying everything in their path. The act—which is composed of drummer John Boecklin (ex-Devildriver), vocalist Tommy Vext (Divine Heresy, Snot) as well as guitarists Doc Coyle (ex-God Forbid), Chris Cain (Bury Your Dead) and bassist Kyle Konkiel (ex-In This Moment), may seem like they just exploded onto the scene, but the idea has been percolating in Boecklin and Vext's heads since 2015.



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