HOLY MOSES, DISBELIEF, MEGAHERZ Confirmed For Germany's METAL FOR MERCY Benefit Concert

HOLY MOSES, DISBELIEF and MEGAHERZ are among the confirmed bands for the sixth annual Metal For Mercy benefit concert, set to take place October 23-24, 2009 at Werkstadt in Witten, Germany.

Proceeds from the event will go to "Initiative gegen Gewalt und sexuellen Missbrauch an Kindern und Jugendlichen e.V.", which supports children that have been physically and sexually abused.

The festival billing is shaping up as follows:

Friday, October 23:

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MEGAHERZ (Headliner)
JESUS ON EXSTASY (Co-Headliner)
HEAVENFALL
EXPOSED TO NOISE
DEAD MAN STANDING
PERFECT SYMMETRY
FREAKWAVE
GRAVITY RAIL
SONOROUS DIN
THE FLAW
ILLECTRONIC ROCK
LAMINIUSX

Saturday, October 24:

HOLY MOSES (Headliner)
DISBELIEF (Co-Headliner)
SIEBEN SIEGEL
VE.GA
HATE DOT COM
FORCES AT WORK
EVERFLOW
AUTOMATIC SELFDESTRUCT
P.A.I.N. MANAGMENT
KADAVRIK
LAYMENT
CAUSE FOR CONFUSION

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