Roadburn Festival

Last updated
Genre Extreme metal, experimental, rock, doom metal, stoner rock, heavy metal
Location(s) Tilburg, Netherlands
Years active1995–present

Roadburn Festival is an international music festival held in Tilburg, Netherlands every April since 1999. It was set up as a spin-off from the Roadburn music blog founded by Jurgen van den Brand and Walter Hoeijmakers. Originally focused on stoner rock, Roadburn grew into a major event spanning the entire spectrum of heavy rock and experimental music. The key staff involved with running the festival are Frens Frijns (managing director), Walter Hoeijmakers (promoter, artistic director) and Becky Laverty (press, communication, side programme). [1]

Tilburg City and municipality in North Brabant, Netherlands

Tilburg is a city in the Netherlands, in the southern province of North Brabant. With a population of 217,595, it is the second largest municipality in North Brabant, and the sixth largest in the Netherlands.

Stoner rock, also known as stoner metal or stoner doom, is a rock music fusion genre that combines elements of heavy metal and/or doom metal with psychedelic rock and acid rock. The name references cannabis consumption. The term desert rock is often used interchangeably with the term "stoner rock" to describe this genre; however, not all stoner rock bands would fall under the descriptor of "desert rock". Stoner rock is typically slow-to-mid tempo and features a heavily distorted, groove-laden bass-heavy sound, melodic vocals, and "retro" production. The genre emerged during the early 1990s and was pioneered foremost by Monster Magnet and the California bands Fu Manchu, Kyuss and Sleep.

Rock music is a broad genre of popular music that originated as "rock and roll" in the United States in the early 1950s, and developed into a range of different styles in the 1960s and later, particularly in the United Kingdom and in the United States. It has its roots in 1940s and 1950s rock and roll, a style which drew heavily on the genres of blues, rhythm and blues, and from country music. Rock music also drew strongly on a number of other genres such as electric blues and folk, and incorporated influences from jazz, classical and other musical styles. Musically, rock has centered on the electric guitar, usually as part of a rock group with electric bass, drums, and one or more singers. Usually, rock is song-based music usually with a 4/4 time signature using a verse–chorus form, but the genre has become extremely diverse. Like pop music, lyrics often stress romantic love but also address a wide variety of other themes that are frequently social or political.


Roadburn Festival billings

2019 edition

The 2019 edition of Roadburn took place on Thursday, April 11 to Sunday, April 14, 2019.

This edition's guest curator was Tomas Lindberg.

Wednesday, April 10: Roadburn's Pre Party

  • Great Grief
  • Hellripper
  • Temple Fang

Thursday, April 11

Crippled Black Phoenix band

Crippled Black Phoenix is a rock group from the United Kingdom centred around the multi-instrumentalist Justin Greaves. Several musicians have contributed to Crippled Black Phoenix's albums and played with them during their live shows. The band have released nine studio albums, one mini album, two EPs and a number of singles.

Emma Ruth Rundle American singer

Emma Ruth Rundle is an American singer-songwriter, guitarist and visual artist based in Louisville, Kentucky. Formerly of the Nocturnes, she has released three solo albums and is a current member of Red Sparowes and Marriages.

Heilung neofolk-rock band with members from Denmark, Germany and Norway

Heilung is an experimental folk band made up of members from Denmark, Norway and Germany. Their music is based on texts from artifacts of the Iron Age and the Viking Age. They describe their music as "amplified history from early medieval northern Europe". Heilung means "healing" in German.

Friday, April 12

Peter Brötzmann German saxophonist

Peter Brötzmann is a German free jazz saxophonist and clarinetist.

Bosse-de-Nage is an American band from San Francisco, composed of four anonymous members. Considered as a part of the blackgaze scene, the band performs an experimental black metal style that draws from post-rock, shoegaze, post-hardcore, screamo, and indie rock, with influences from Slint, Mogwai, and Godspeed You! Black Emperor. AllMusic critic Gregory Heaney wrote that the band "crafts a sound that's as comfortable expanding outward as it is contracting into a suffocating mass of needling guitars and frantic drumming." The band's lyrics touch upon various subjects, such as sex, filth, bodies, perversion, and death. Their name is taken from French symbolist Alfred Jarry's book The Exploits and Opinions of Dr. Faustroll, Pataphysician; it is the name of a monkey which may or may not have been a hallucination of the narrator.

Craft is a Swedish black metal band, originally formed under the name "Nocta" in 1994. As Nocta they recorded an unreleased demo in 1997 and subsequently changed their name to "Craft". While musically inspired by early black metal acts such as Burzum and Darkthrone, as well as Heavy Metal bands such as Black Sabbath and Celtic Frost, their lyrics focus on misanthropy, destruction, hate, Anti-Cosmic Satanism and death resembling the older lyrics of melodic black/death metal band Dissection. After drummer Daniel Halén decided to quit the band in 2005, the remaining members briefly considered putting the band on indefinite hold, but decided to continue and address his replacement in the future. In 2008 Dirge Rep joined the band on session basis to work on the drums for the coming album which was released in August 2011. They released their fifth album White Noise and Black Metal on June 22, 2018.

Saturday, April 13

  • Agrimonia
  • Bellrope
  • Cave In
  • Confusion Master
  • Conny Ochs
  • Dodecahedron
  • Doolhof (featuring Aaron Turner, Will Brooks and Dennis Tyfus)
  • Fontän
  • GlerAkur
  • Gore (reunion show)
  • Have A Nice Life
  • Henrik Palm
  • Jaye Jayle
  • Laster
  • Louise Lemón
  • Maalstroom (specially commissioned group with members of Laster, Verwoed, Witte Wieven, Turia, Fluisteraars, Grey Aura, Terzij de Horde, Folteraar and Project Nefast)
  • Morne
  • Noisepicker
  • Orchestra of Constant Distress
  • Ostinato
  • Sleep (performing Holy Mountain and Dopesmoker in their entirety)
  • Sumac
  • Terzij de Horde
  • The Exorcist GBG
  • Thou (covers set)
  • Treedeon
  • Turia
  • Uran GBG
  • Witte Wieven
  • Wolvennest (performing VOID in its entirety)

Agrimonia is a heavy metal band from Sweden. Formed in 2005, the band released its self-titled demo in 2008 before releasing its first full-length, Host of the Winged, in 2010. Their second full-length album, Rites of Separation, was released in 2013. Major music websites such as Pitchfork have lauded the band's unique style and given it strong reviews, including an 8.0/10 for their second full-length album. The band is currently signed to Southern Lord Records, an American heavy metal label.

Cave In band

Cave In is an American rock band that formed in 1995, in Methuen, Massachusetts. After several members changes in the late 1990s, their lineup solidified with the 1998 release of Until Your Heart Stops through Hydra Head Records. Their early albums were prominent in the metalcore scene. After this release, the band started experimenting with other genres. Cave In later received mainstream recognition for their 2003 RCA Records album Antenna and its lead single "Anchor," which had an overall alternative rock style. The group went on hiatus in 2006 and later reformed in 2009 with the release of a new EP, Planets of Old, as well as a new LP in 2011, titled White Silence. Both of these post-hiatus releases saw a return to Cave In's earlier and heavier sound.

Aaron Turner American musician, artist and record label owner

Aaron Turner is an American musician, singer, graphic artist, and founder of label Hydra Head Records. He is most widely known for his role as guitarist and vocalist for the post-metal bands SUMAC and Isis, while also participating in several other bands and projects such as Old Man Gloom, Lotus Eaters and Split Cranium, a collaboration with Jussi Lehtisalo of Finnish band Circle who toured with Isis in 2009.

Sunday, April 14

Bossk are a British post-metal band formed in Ashford, Kent in 2005. The band released a string of EPs and smaller releases through QnotQ and Eyesofsound until they broke up in 2008. After reuniting in 2012, they released a new single, "Pick Up Artist" (2013), and their debut studio album, Audio Noir (2016).

Cave is an American primarily instrumental psychedelic drone band based in Chicago, Illinois, composed of guitarist/organist Cooper Crain, guitarist Jeremy Freeze, bassist Dan Browning, drummer Rex McMurry, and multi-instrumentalist Rob Frye. The band was formed in Columbia, Missouri in 2006, and has released six full-length albums. Cave has toured widely in North America and Europe, and played the Pitchfork Music Festival in 2010.

Daughters is an American rock band formed in 2002, in Providence, Rhode Island after the break-up of As the Sun Sets. The band's current line-up consists of vocalist Alexis S.F. Marshall, guitarist Nicholas Andrew Sadler, drummer Jon Syverson, and bassist Samuel Moorehouse Walker.

2018 edition

The 2018 edition of Roadburn took place on Thursday, April 19 to Sunday, April 22, 2018.

This edition's guest curator was Jacob Bannon.

Thursday, April 19


Årabrot is a Norwegian noise-rock band established in 2001, originally from Haugesund, but with a current creative base in Djura and the Oslo-based record label Fysisk Format.

Converge (band) American hardcore punk band

Converge is an American hardcore punk band formed by vocalist Jacob Bannon and guitarist Kurt Ballou in Salem, Massachusetts in 1990. During the recording of their seminal fourth album Jane Doe, the group became a four-piece with the departure of guitarist Aaron Dalbec and the addition of bassist Nate Newton and drummer Ben Koller. This lineup has remained intact since. They have released nine studio albums, three live albums, and numerous EPs. The band's sound is rooted in both hardcore punk and heavy metal, and they are considered pioneers of metalcore as well as its subgenre mathcore.

<i>The Dusk in Us</i> 2017 studio album by Converge

The Dusk in Us is the ninth studio album by American metalcore band Converge. It was released on November 3, 2017, via Epitaph and Deathwish, and is the band's first studio album in five years since 2012's All We Love We Leave Behind. The album was produced by Converge guitarist Kurt Ballou and the artwork was created by the band's singer Jacob Bannon.

Friday, April 20

Saturday, April 21

Sunday, April 22

2017 edition

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Les Discrets, Roadburn Festival 2017
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The 2017 edition of Roadburn took place on Thursday, April 20 to Sunday, April 23, 2017.

This edition's guest curator was John Dyer Baizley

Thursday, April 20

Friday, April 21

Saturday, April 22

Sunday, April 23

2016 edition

The 2016 edition of Roadburn took place on Thursday, April 14 to Sunday, April 17, 2016.

This edition guest curator was Lee Dorrian.

Thursday, April 14

Friday, April 15

Saturday, April 16

Sunday, April 17 : Afterburner

2015 edition

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Goblin, Roadburn 2015

The 2015 edition of Roadburn took place Thursday, April 9 to Sunday, April 12, 2015.

Pre-Sales Party (Thursday, October 16, 2014)

  • The Machine
  • Radar Men from the Moon

Wednesday, April 8 : Hardrock Hideout

  • Prematory
  • Bark

Thursday, April 9

Friday, April 10: Ivar Bjørnson and Einar Kvitrafn Selvik's Houses of the Holistic

Saturday, April 11

Sunday, April 12 : Afterburner

2014 edition

The 2014 edition of Roadburn took place Thursday, April 10 to Sunday, April 13, 2014.

The main headliner of this edition was Loop.

Pre-Sales Party (Friday, October 11, 2013)

  • Sardonis
  • New Keepers of the Water Towers

Wednesday, April 9 : Hardrock Hideout

  • Death Alley
  • Evil Invaders

Thursday, April 10

  • Crowbar
  • Napalm Death (Special Setlist)
  • Sourvein (Special Setlist)
  • Bong
  • Brutus
  • Freedom Hawk
  • Corrections House
  • ASG
  • Anciients
  • Lord Dying
  • Locrian
  • The Shrine
  • Graves at Sea
  • 40 Watt Sun
  • The Cult of Dom Keller
  • The Great Old Ones
  • Whitehorse
  • Hull
  • Nothing
  • Regarde les hommes tomber
  • Beastmilk
  • The Oath
  • Samothrace (performing Reverence to Stone in its entirety)
  • Ggu:ll
  • Mühr
  • Ortega
  • Seirom
  • Mantar

Friday, April 11

Saturday, April 12

  • Loop
  • Yob (performing The Great Cessation in its entirety)
  • Inter Arma
  • Old Man Gloom
  • Momentum
  • 16
  • Windhand
  • H A R K
  • Mansion
  • Harsh Toke
  • 11 Paranoias
  • Circle
  • Horse Latitudes
  • A Storm of Light
  • Indian
  • Tribulation
  • Monster Truck
  • E-musikgruppe Lux Ohr
  • Gozu
  • Noothgrush
  • The Vintage Caravan
  • Papir
  • Glitter Wizard
  • True Widow
  • Carlton Melton
  • Sula Bassana
  • Age of Taurus
  • Obelyskkh
  • Grime
  • Horisont
  • Atlantis
  • Yama
  • Jackson Firebird

Sunday, April 13 : Afterburner

  • Triptykon
  • Yob
  • Papir meets Electric Moon: The Papermoon Sessions
  • Aqua Nebula Oscillator
  • Avatarium
  • New Keepers of the Water Towers
  • Carlton Melton meets Dr. Space
  • Harsh Toke
  • Lumerians
  • The Body
  • Morne
  • Bölzer
  • Joe Buck Yourself

2013 edition

The event took place in Tilburg from Thursday, April 18 to Sunday, April 21, 2013.

Pre-Sales Party (Thursday, October 4, 2012)

Thursday, April 18

Friday, April 19 : Jus Oborn's The Electric Acid Orgy

master classes and performance clinics

The Electric Grindhouse Cinema

  • Void Ov Voices
  • Shazzula
  • Aderlating
  • Nicklas Barker

Saturday, April 20

  • Godflesh (performing Pure in its entirety)
  • Die Kreuzen
  • Endless Boogie
  • High on Fire
  • Cult of Luna
  • Alcest (performing Les Voyages de L’âme in its entirety)
  • The Ocean
  • Asphyx (special death/doom set)
  • Satan's Satyrs (tribute to Blue Cheer)
  • Elder
  • A Forest of Stars (performing A Shadowplay for Yesterdays in its entirety)
  • Antisect
  • The Ruins of Beverast
  • Black Magician
  • Process of Guilt
  • My Brother The Wind
  • Ash Borer
  • Jess and the Ancient Ones
  • Victor Griffin's In-Graved
  • Camera
  • Monomyth
  • The Cosmic Dead
  • Mr. Peter Hayden
  • Teeth of the Sea
  • Lo!
  • Wo Fat
  • Raketkanon
  • Fell Voices
  • Pet the Preacher
  • Duncan Evans
  • GOLD (Official "Roadburn Festival Introduces..." showcase)

Sunday, April 21 : Afterburner

2012 edition

The event took place in Tilburg from April 12 to 15 at 013 and Het Patronaat.

It was sold out in 7 minutes.

Thursday, April 12

Friday, April 13 (013) : Voivod's Au-delà du Réel

The name of this event refers to Voivod's favorite sci-fi show Au-delà du réel.

Friday, April 13 (Het Patronaat) : Roadburn Festival 2012

Saturday, April 14

Sunday, April 15: Afterburner

  • Coroner
  • Black Cobra
  • YOB (performing Catharsis in its entirety)
  • Bongripper (2nd set, performing Satan Worshipping Doom in its entirety)
  • Internal Void
  • The Mount Fuji Doomjazz Corporation
  • Bong
  • Fleshpress
  • Dragged Into Sunlight
  • Atlantis
  • Urfaust
  • Electric Orange

2011 edition

The event took place in Tilburg from April 14 to 17 at 013 and Midi Theatre.

It was sold out in 17 minutes.

Thursday, April 14

Buzzov*en cancelled their European tour including their Roadburn appearance.

Friday, April 15

Saturday, April 16

Yob (supposed to play The Unreal Never Lived in its entirety) cancelled their appearance in January 2011.

Sunday, April 17: Afterburner

For the first time the main stage of the 013 complex is used for the Afterburner.

2010 edition

The event took place in Tilburg, at 013 and, for the first time, at the Midi Theatre.

It was sold-out in 30 minutes.

This edition suffered from the air travel disruption on Northern Europe due to the ash cloud from Iceland's Eyjafjallajökull volcano. Several bands had to cancel, some others played twice to step in.

Thursday, April 15

Friday, April 16: Tom G Warrior’s Only Death is Real

Serpentcult cancelled their appearance at Only Death is Real.

Due to the closure of the North European airspace, Jesu and Evoken also cancelled.

Saturday, April 17

Due to the closure of the North European airspace, Candlemass (who was supposed to give a special set with both singers Robert Lowe and Johan Längqvist), Shrinebuilder, The Gates of Slumber, Yakuza and Black Math Horseman cancelled their appearance.

Sunday, April 18: Afterburner

Soilent Green cancelled their appearance at Afterburner.

Due to the closure of the North European airspace, Outlaw Order, Sourvein, Dixie Witch and House of Broken Promises also cancelled.

2009 edition

The event took place in Tilburg, at 013 and another venue called V39 used for the first time.

It was sold-out in 45 minutes.

Thursday, April 23

Friday, April 24

Saturday, April 25 - Neurosis presents "Beyond The Pale"

Sunday, April 26: Afterburner

2008 edition

The event took place in Tilburg, at the 013.

Thursday, April 17: Pre-Heat / Rise Above Records 20th Anniversary

Friday, April 18

Saturday, April 19

Celtic Frost cancelled and were replaced by Enslaved.

Sunday, April 20

David Tibet's Roadburn Festival


2007 edition

The event took place in Tilburg, at the 013.

Friday, April 20

Saturday, April 21

Sunday, April 22: Afterburner

2006 edition

This event took place in Tilburg at 013.

Friday, April 21

Saturday, April 22

2005 edition

This event took place in Tilburg, at 013.

Saturday, April 9

2004 edition

This event took place in Eindhoven, at Effenaar.

Thursday, June 17

2003 edition

This event took place in Eindhoven, at Effenaar.

Thursday, June 27

2002 edition

2001 edition

This event took place in Tilburg, at 013.

Tuesday, December 4

2000 edition

1999 edition

The first edition of the festival was held the 13th of February, 1999. Its line-up featured: Cathedral, Orange Goblin, Beaver, Celestial Season, Terra Firma and 35007.

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