Parade of Flesh Adds Jeff The Brotherhood, Fang Island, Horse The Band and Alpha & Omega To Already-Impressive Bro Fest 2011 Bill

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A little over a week ago now, we passed along the early-announced list of performers scheduled to play the 2011 version of Parade of Flesh's now-annual post-South by Southwest bash, Bro Fest, which this year will take place at Club Dada on Sunday, March 20.

And, hell, that lineup looked pretty impressive on its own.

This week, though, Parade of Flesh has announced four more bands who are joining a bill that was already highlighted by the likes of Wild Flag, The Greenhornes, Castanets, Grooms and Dom: Rhode Island dance-rock act Fang Island; Nashville punk rockers Jeff The Brotherhood; metalcore Californians and eight-bit adorers Horse The Band; and Los Angeles metal outfit Alpha & Omega.

Yup, this two-stage affair is definitely fast becoming one of our favorite March traditions. There still might be a few more adds, but, for now, check the full, ultra-impressive, 18-band bill after the jump.

Bro Fest 2011 Lineup So Far:
Wild Flag
The Greenhornes
Jeff The Brotherhood
Fang Island
Horse The Band
Alpha & Omega
The Body
Class Actress
The Secret
Funeral Pyre
Holy Sons
Owen Hart
Touche Amore
White Hills

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