Godflesh, Tim Hecker, YOB, Have A Nice Life, Chat Pile, and more comprise an eclectic event.
As festival season approaches and avid concertgoers look towards the best lineups, Austin's own Oblivion Access Festival stands tall as it returns for its second year, sharing a strong initial wave of artists rounding out their exquisite event. Formerly Austin Terror Fest, Oblivion Access takes place from June 15th - June 18th, 2023 at an array of city venues throughout Austin’s Red River Cultural District and features the likes of the headlining industrial titans Godflesh and Tim Hecker among a strong supporting cast intentionally brought together to deliver a wide-ranging listening experience.
Oblivion Access 2023 marks Godflesh’s first US performance in 4 years and their first Texas performance in 9 years. Tim Hecker will also be performing a special show in the Austin Central Presbyterian Church with Justin Broadrick of Godflesh’s ambient project Final opening. If that's not enough, The Flenser, one of music's most consistent underground labels today, will showcase Have a Nice Life, Chat Pile, Planning for Burial, and more, in addition to shows from standouts across the musical spectrum, like YOB, Mamaleek, Bosse De Nage, Drowse, Sprain, Crawl, Private Hellscape, and 50 more bands to be announced in the coming weeks. We've only scratched the surface of what awaits Austin this June.
Passes and tickets for select shows are on-sale today, January 24th at 12 PM CT (10 AM PT) at Oblivion Access Festival, where you can find additional event information.