MOTÖRHEAD, EUROPE, DEICIDE, VADER Confirmed For Sweden's GETAWAY ROCK Festival

MOTÖRHEAD, EUROPE, DEICIDE, VADER and AGGRESSIVE CHILL have been confirmed for this year's Getaway Rock festival, set to take place July 8-10, 2010 in Gävle, Sweden.

Commented festival manager Tomas Jernberg: "We've been working hard to get these bands to Gävle, Sweden and Getaway Rock and it's fantastic news for us to finally be able to announce these bookings.

"All international bands so far are booked will only do one Swedish festival this summer and it's at Getaway Rock. We are now focusing further on booking more acts; we'll not stop now. We promise to announce further big acts soon."

The festival billing is shaping up as follows:

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AGGRESSIVE CHILL
CAVALERA CONSPIRACY
CORRODED
DEATHSTARS
DEICIDE
ENGEL
EUROPE
ISOBEL & NOVEMBER
MOTÖRHEAD
MUSTASCH
OVERKILL
VADER
WOLF

The festival will host three stages and over 60 bands.

For more information, visit www.getawayrock.se.

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