Pharmakon and Aaron Dilloway are also on board for both May events.
Last year, Wolf Eyes launched the event in Detroit the same weekend as Movement, with sets from Morton Subotnick, Hieroglyphic Being and Andrew WK. This year, Trip Metal expands to Chicago, with a one-day event going down at Metro on Thursday, May 25th. Following that, the festival returns to Detroit's El Club for the weekend. Only a few names have been announced thus far. Wolf Eyes will headline, with Pharmakon, Container and Aaron Dilloway also booked for both events.
Aaron Dilloway's new album, The Gag File, is out later this month. Listen to "Karaoke With Cal."
Read the RA review of Trip Metal 2016.