Various members of DIMMU BORGIR, RED HARVEST, THE KOVENANT, BLOOD RED THRONE, MAYHEM, and SUSPERIA will make up a "once-in-a-lifetime" cover band that will perform at a kick-off party for the 2003 installment of Inferno Festival on Jan. 18 at Rockefeller Music Hall/John Dee in Oslo, Norway. According to the festival's official web site, "about 20 members of [the aforementioned bands] will play some of their favorite songs from the likes of SLAYER, BLACK SABBATH, ANTHRAX, KISS, ACCEPT and DEATH." National TV will reportedly be filming the whole kick-off, and it will be recorded and (hopefully) released by Edgerunner Records later in the year.The 2003 installment of Inferno Festival is scheduled to take place at Rockefeller Music Hall/John Dee on Apr. 17-19. Among the artists scheduled to appear at the event are IMMORTAL, VADER, CHILDREN OF BODOM and TAAKE.
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