The itinerary intermingles scary film luminaries with live music sets from the likes of Death Angel, Carcass and Orchid. Hammett will perform an encore with his original band Exodus. Highlights from his personal collection of horror memorabilia, much of which was documented in his 2012 book Too Much Horror Business will be on display as well.
We'll be sitting down one-on-one with the ringleader himself at the FestEvil this weekend and thought this would be a good time to open the floor to you. Want to know what Hammett's all-time scariest scene is or the mone piece of memorabilia he still wants most? Leave your question here and we may pose it to the man himself.
There are still some tickets left ($37.50 per day or $70 for two-day general admission).