In celebration of the 2019 festivities, we crown the best of the long-running fest.
The monthlong outing features Primus, Ministry, and Philip Anselmo & The Illegals in support roles.
Weezer, Primus, Cher, The Wallflowers, Limp Bizkit, and the list goes on.
While guesting on comedian Bill Burr’s podcast, the Primus frontman let some big news slip.
The Primus frontman’s strange journey from wannabe clarinetist to his new Claypool Lennon Delirium album.
Here’s a Friday the 13th soundtrack that never fails to frighten.
In further support of the band’s latest album, The Desaturating Seven.
They were also joined by Mastodon’s Brann Dailor.
Louisville festival also promises Ice Cube, Billy Idol, Clutch, Avenged Sevenfold, Underoath, Glassjaw, The Sword, and more.
“Farmer Loved an Onion” is taken from All My Kin, a collection of unearthed recordings from the ’90s.
They’ll appear alongside Primus, Stone Temple Pilots, Bush, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, and more.
A preview of their debut full-length, Zionic Mud, arriving in April.