FIVE STAR PRISON CELL, EYEFEAR To Perform At AUSTRALIAN METAL AWARDS

FIVE STAR PRISON CELL and EYEFEAR have been added to the list of artists who will perform at this year's Australian Metal Awards, set to take place November 7 at the Forum in Sydney.

The complete list of scheduled performers is as follows:

A SECRET DEATH
BANE OF ISILDUR
CHAOS DIVINE
DEATH AUDIO
EYEFEAR
FIVE STAR PRISON CELL
KILLRAZER
OUROBOROS
SADISTIK EXEKUTION

Doors will open at 5:00 p.m. and the opening segment will be "nothing that you expect from an awards show," according to a press release.

All winners of the awards will be announced at the event by a special guest host (soon to be announced).

Tickets are available through Moshtix.

The Association for Australian Heavy Metal (AAHM) and the Australian Metal Awards (AMA) were formed to give heavy metal in Australia the support and backing it has lacked since it began to flourish during the 1980s.

AAHM and AMA is governed and operated by dedicated individuals who are passionate about this genre of music and have been heavily involved in the organizing and running of events for both Australian and international heavy metal acts for a number of years.

AAHM and AMA's objectives are to:

* Provide support and backing to all Australian heavy metal bands/artists
* Actively promote Australian heavy metal nationally
* Reward and recognize the bands that have made a significant contribution to the heavy metal genre of Australian music

For more information, visit www.australianmetal.com.au.

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