BIOMECHANICAL and SEND MORE PARAMEDICS are the first of 14 bands to be confirmed for the second instalment of Damnation Festival, set to take place October 15, 2006 across two stages at Jilly's Rockworld and Music Box in Manchester, England.

Commented organizer Gavin McInally: "We never even dreamed that our first year would be so successful; selling out, huge crowds for the opening bands through to the headliners, and a great response from fans and bands alike. And to start 2006 with bands of the quality of BIOMECHANICAL and SEND MORE PARAMEDICS is a huge boost. We cannot thank our community enough for the belief and support they have shown us from the beginning and we aim to thank them by putting on two of the finest stages of metal the country will see this year."

Tickets for Damnation Festival 2006 will be priced £15 and will be on sale in April.

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