MORTAL SIN Confirmed For Australia's METALSTOCK FESTIVAL
For the third time, an innocent farm near Scone, New South Wales will be turned into an open-air battleground to celebrate Australia's metal scene. More than half of the 36 bands have already been booked and confirmed, offering a wide range of heavy acts that will blow minds and ears of hundreds of fans. Set to be held April 6-9, 2007, Metalstock will be an all-ages event that provides a spacious camping ground, big screen cinema, bar as well as food and merchandise stalls.
Due to high demand, tickets for this unique Australian event will go on sale at the start of 2007, giving fans the opportunity to arrange their journey to Scone well in advance.
BEYOND TERROR BEYOND GRACE
BLACK LIKE VENGEANCE
ENLIGHTENED BY DARKNESS
MYTILE VEY LORTH
+ 20 more to be announced
For more information, visit www.metalstockfestival.com.
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