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Knotfest.com Announce “Pulse of the Maggots Fest”

Knotfest.com today announced “Knotfest.com Presents: Pulse of the Maggots Fest“, a free online festival sponsored by ESP Guitars and presented by MusiCaresErnie Ball and Rock Against Racism. Hosted by Knotfest.com‘s very own BeezRyan J Downey and special guests, “Pulse of the Maggots Fest” is comprised of 3 digital stages (the MusiCares stage, Rock Against Racism stage and ESP stage) with performances from 20 of the the most exciting up-and-coming artists. Pulse of the Maggots is Knotfest.com‘s brand dedicated solely to spotlighting emerging artists that bring creativity, originality and excitement to the growing aggressive community, and whose namesake festival will stream on Knotfest.com. Starting today, Knotfest.com will spotlight each artist including some that will be featured on Knotfest.com‘s flagship show Mosh Talks with Beez. “Pulse of the Maggots Fest” kicks off as 12pm PT on Friday, November 13, 2020. Click here to learn more.

The festival will begin at 12 pm on the MusiCares stage, which will be followed by the Rock Against Racism stage at 2:30 pm and conclude the day at the ESP stage at beginning at 5 pm. The stellar “Pulse of the Maggots Fest” lineup includes Hacktivist, October EndsPRXJEK, Cerberus, Orbit CultureTallah, dEMOTIONAL, Vended, SCARLET, Year of the Knife, Introtyl, Wargasm, Diamond Construct, VCTMS, Death Blooms, Death Tour, Thrown into Exile, Once Awake, 156 Silence, and I Revolt.

The festival also unveils Pulse of the Maggots’ new logo with accompanying merchandise for sale in the Knotfest Store, including a Pulse of the Maggots Fest t-shirt in which a portion of proceeds will go to MusiCares. Also available will be every band’s new merch line and special items which can be purchased starting today and through the event. Check out the “Pulse of the Maggots Fest” merchandise here.

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