Cult Of Luna will perform a UK exclusive show at Damnation Festival in Leeds on November 5.
The post-metal outfit reveal they’ll perform their latest studio effort Mariner with singer Julie Christmas – who worked with them on the record – in a one-off performance at Leeds University Union.
Vocalist and guitarist Johannes Persson says: “The stars have aligned perfectly and I am going to have take back what I’ve repeated in numerous interviews this past year – that Mariner will not be played live, because it will. There are no plans to perform the album live in the UK again.”
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Cult Of Luna will headline the Jagermeister Stage along with a one-off show from Abbath and a closing set from Electric Wizard.
Other acts performing at the festival include Enslaved, Nails, Akercocke, Black Tusk, Bossk, Full of Hell, Ne Obliviscaris and Oceans of Slumber – with 16 bands still to be announced.
Tickets can be purchased via Damnation Festival’s website.