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Also on the bill for the fourth-year heavy rock fest at Mandalay Bay: High on Fire, YOB, Kadavar, Perturbator.

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November 29th, 2018

Also on the bill for the fourth-year heavy rock fest at Mandalay Bay: High on Fire, YOB, Kadavar, Perturbator.

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