CANDLEMASS Confirmed For Norway's METAL HEART Festival

Legendary Swedish doomsters CANDLEMASS have been confirmed for Metal Heart, a brand new two-day metal festival set to take place August 17-18 at Tapperiet in Notodden, Norway. Around 12 acts will perform at the event. The festival billing is shaping up as follows (in alphabetical order):


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As previously reported, CANDLEMASS has also been confirmed as the co-headliner of the 2007 edition of the Headbangers Open Air festival, which will be held July 12-14 in Brande-Hörnerkirchen, Germany.

CANDLEMASS will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a huge party at Stockholm's Kolingsborg on Saturday, March 31. CANDLEMASS will perform with no less than three (!) different vocalists — Johan Langquist, Tomas Vikström, and the band's latest addition, Robert Lowe of SOLITUDE AETURNUS).

Robert is currently laying down vocal tracks on CANDLEMASS' new album, "King of the Grey Islands", due on June 22 via Nuclear Blast Records.


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