Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico's death/black metal masters EVILHEART have been confirmed for the Mexicali Metal Fest II, set to take place Saturday, May 17, 2008 at the Teatro del Estado in Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico.

EVILHEART will be presenting brand new material from its upcoming second CD, "Storm of Annihilation".

The Mexicali Metal Fest II billing is shaping up as follows:

CAGE (headliner)

Two more bands are expected to be confirmed shortly.

The Mexicali Metal Fest is the work of Oscar Sanudo, the well-known DJ for the influential "Opera Rock" radio show that broadcasts every Saturday afternoon at 6:00 p.m. (Pacific Standard Time) on Radio Universidad, which can be heard over the air throughout the state of Baja California, Mexico (Mexicali - 104.1 FM); Tijuana (1630 AM); Ensenada (95.5 FM) and online via the university's official web site at.

The official MySpace page for Mexicali Metal Fest II can be found at this location.


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