Features electronic, Outlaw country, and Texas thrash metal legends Deadhorse from Houston. Join for an epic day of horror film screenings with live Q&As and extreme music in Austin. Taking place on Halloween weekend, 100 percent of the profits of this event will be donated to the Red Cross and Austin Pets Alive to support Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
Films and Q&As will take place in the morning and afternoon. Films include the world premiere for "Coffin Joe's Heart of Darkness," featuring a live Q&A with Co-Director Marcelo Colaiacovo and the Texas premiere for "American Guinea Pig - Song of Solomon," featuring a live Q&A with Director Stephen Biro. Additional films to be announced once submissions close.
Bands such as Shattered Sun, David Vincent from Morbid Angel, Deadhorse, Curse Mackey and Goatcraft will come out at night to burn faces off.
Tickets are for sale now online. Music and Film pass is $30, music-only pass is $20. VIP passes available, which include table seating in the artist's lounge balcony, an official DBF t-shirt and official DBF poster.
For film submissions and more information, visit deathbyfestival.com.