Reunited Bay Area metallers DEATH ANGEL will be appearing at The Boardwalk in Sacramento on Friday, July 5th in what will mark the band's first live appearance since their stunning performance at last year's Thrash Of The Titans festival. As previously reported, DEATH ANGEL will perform at The Pound in San Francisco on Saturday, July 6th under the name KILL AS ONE (the title of DEATH ANGEL's 1985 Kirk Hammett-produced demo) as a warm-up date for the group's upcoming appearance at Dynamo Open Air festival, which is scheduled to take place on Sunday, July 14th at sports park Boshoven in the town of Weert, situated 20 km south of Eindhoven, Holland. Other acts set to appear at the event include SOULFLY, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, HERMANO, ZIMMERS HOLE, WITHIN TEMPTATION, OPETH, CHILDREN OF BODOM, FINNTROLL, PAIN OF SALVATION, PETER PAN SPEEDROCK and DROPKICK MURPHYS.
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