The bummer festival news continues: Psycho Las Vegas, which was scheduled to hold its 2020 edition at Las Vegas' Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino on August 14-16, has now been cancelled amid the coronavirus pandemic. It's now set to return on August 19-22, 2021. Here's a message from festival organizers:

Attention current and future ticket holders:

Gambling is in our blood but we can't roll the dice on this one–Psycho Swim and Psycho Las Vegas have been rescheduled to August 19-22, 2021. Nearly all bands have signed on for the new dates but we are awaiting confirmation from one final artist before presenting our updated lineup. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience.

Once our updated lineup is announced, refunds will be available for anyone who can’t join us in 2021, and hotel rooms purchased through the Fan Block will be automatically refunded. For more information, please visit our Festival FAQ.

The 2020 lineup included sets from Emperor, Down, At the Gates, Poison the Well, the US debut of Argentinian heavy psych band Mephistofeles, Watain, Satyricon, Blue Oyster Cult, Thursday, Pinback, Boysetsfire, Ty Segall, Warpaint, Mayhem, Blonde Redhead, Ulver, Boris, Cursive, Brutus, Mgla, This Will Destroy You, Kaelan Mikla, Blackwater Holyligh, Bömbers (Abbath's Motorhead tribute band), Mercyful Fate, Danzig, Adamantium, Cult of Fire, The Flaming Lips, Curl Up and Die, HEALTH, Obituary, Katatonia, TSOL, Crowbar, Exhorder, Wolves In The Throne Room, Eyehategod, Pig Destroyer, Repulsion, Immolation, Intronaut, Khemmis, Creeping Death, Midnight, Wino, Zola Jesus, Lower Dens, Drab Majesty, King Dude, Death By Stereo, Profanatica, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Fatso Jetson, Paul Cauthen, Amigo the Devil, Black Joe Lewis, Mothership, Guantanamo Baywatch, Dengue Fever, Frankie and the Witch Fingers, Toke, Foie Gras, Flavor Crystals, Silvertomb (Kenny and Johnny of Type O Negative's band), Lord Buffalo, Warish, Alms, Relaxer, Black Sabbitch, Hippie Death Cult, Vaelmyst, Mother Mercury, DJ Scott Seltzer and the return of Two Minutes to Late Night.

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