GIRLSCHOOL Confirmed For Germany's HEADBANGERS OPEN AIR Festival
Veteran British female hard rockers GIRLSCHOOL are the latest confirmed act for next year's installment of the Headbangers Open Air festival, set to take place July 14-15, 2006 in Brande-Hörnerkirchen, Germany. The festival billing is now shaping up as follows:
ORDER OF NINE
SATAN (Brian Ross + Guests)
VISIONS OF ATLANTIS
As previously reported, GIRLSCHOOL recently finished recording new versions of the songs "Emergency" and "London". Both tracks are going to be available as paid digital downloads sometime in November. If you want to hear a sample of either cut, check out the "Downloads" page of the group's web site.
GIRLSCHOOL will embark on a U.K. tour supporting MOTÖRHEAD beginning on October 30 in Bristol. The band were one of the special guests at MOTÖRHEAD's 30th Anniversary show, which took place on June 16 at The Hammersmith Apollo in London, U.K.
GIRLSCHOOL are continuing to tour in support of their first-ever live DVD, "Girlschool Live at the Garage", and their 2004 album, "Believe".
(Thanks: Mario's Metal Mania)
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