German melodic metallers MOB RULES have been confirmed for the Bloodstock Indoor Festival, set to take place Friday, August 31 and Saturday, September 1 at the Derby Assembly Rooms, Market Square, Derby, England. MOB RULES will perform on August 31 while the other currently confirmed acts — NWOBHM (New Wave of British Heavy Metal) legends BLITZKRIEG, Germany's SINNER and Anglo-Italian melodic power metal band POWER QUEST — are booked to play on September 1.For more information, visit www.bloodstock.uk.com. As previously reported, MOB RULES shot a video for the song "The Last Farewell" in August in Wilhemshaven, Germany with director Ronald Mattes of Berlin's Team ROAX. Check out the clip at YouTube.com. The track comes off the group's new album, "Ethnolution A.D.", which was released in Europe on October 23 (October 20 in Germany). Produced once again by Markus Teske (VANDEN PLAS, SPOCK'S BEARD, OASIS), "Ethnolution A.D." marks the recording debut with the group of guitarist Sven Lüdke (ex-MURDER ONE) and bassist Markus Brinkmann.
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