FLESHCRAWL Confirmed For Germany's ZABBADUSCHDER OPEN AIR V Festival

German death metallers FLESHCRAWL have been confirmed for the Zabbaduschder Open Air V festival, set to take place July 27-28 in Urbach, Germany. The festival billing is shaping up as follows:

Friday, July 27, 2007:

CORPORATE PAIN
SCRATCHED SUFACE
HAVOK
PERISHING MANKIND
TEAMKILLER
LAY DOWN ROTTEN
NEGURA BUNGET
DISMEMBER

Saturday, July 28, 2007:

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THE EXORIAL
PIGSKIN
SNIPER
PARSIFALL
GODDAMNED X
GRABAK
AMOK
REQUIEM
CRISIS NEVER ENDS
FLESHCRAWL
CARNAL FORGE

FLESHCRAWL will release its new album, "Structures of Death", in September via Metal Blade Records. The CD was recorded at Toninfusion studios in Ulm, Germany and was mixed at Studio Underground in Västeras, Sweden. Artwork is being created by Uwe Jarling.

FLESHCRAWL recently acquired a new bassist by the name of Nico Scheffler. The band's last album, "Made of Flesh", was released in 2004.

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