For you lucky metalheads who are going to this year's Download festival in the UK, you'll now be getting even more of a treat! As if seeing modern thrashers MUNICIPAL WASTE playing wasn't enough for you, the band will now also be doing an exclusive DJ set the same night!MUNICIPAL WASTE will be appearing as special guest DJs with TotalRock's Talita TwoShoes on Sunday, June 15 from 10:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. UK time in the Duracell Powerhouse. These guys sure know how to party and will be playing a wide selection of their favourite songs throughout the night, so get down to the Duracell tent on Sunday night, join in the fun and lay waste to Donington! If you're unfortunate enough to miss this year's Download festival, you can still catch MUNICIPAL WASTE's DJ set live from midnight until 1:30am online with TotalRock Radio at www.totalrock.com. Download Festival takes place from Friday, June 13 to Sunday, June 15.
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