Reunited Italian thrash metal legends BULLDOZER have been confirmed as the headliners of the Metal Forces Festival, set to take place November 28, 2009 at Altes Wasserwerk in Lörrach, Germany.
The festival billing is shaping up as follows:
THE DEVIL'S BLOOD
For more information, visit www.metalforcesfestival.de.
BULLDOZER last year inked a deal with Scarlet Records. The group's new album, "Unexpected Fate", is scheduled for release on June 12. The follow-up to 1988's "Neurodeliri" sees bassist/vocalist Alberto Contini and guitarist Andy Panigada (guitar) joining forces with new drummer Manu (ex-DEATH MECHANISM).
Alberto Contini previously stated about the new CD, "The new album will be 100% BULLDOZER, 100% performed sound. It will be real!"
01. Unexpected Fate
02. Aces Of Blasphemy
03. Salvation For Sale
04. Use Your Brain
05. Micro VIP
07. Buried Alive By Thrash
08. The Counter-Crusade
09. The Prediction
10. In The Name
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