Dubai, United Arab Emirates -based death/thrash act NERVECELL has been confirmed to perform at the Desert Rock Festival 2008, the Middle East's leading two-day rock/metal festival, which is set to take place March 7-8, 2008 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. This will be NERVECELL's second appearance at the annual Desert Rock Festival, as the band previously performed alongside SEPULTURA, MACHINE HEAD, WITHIN TEMPTATION and others in 2005. Next year will mark the festival's fifth anniversary and NERVECELL is honored and proud to be a part of it all.
Over the past years four years, Desert Rock Festival achieved great success, hosting such artists as IRON MAIDEN, MEGADETH, IN FLAMES, STONE SOUR, MASTODON, ROBERT PLANT, TESTAMENT, MACHINE HEAD, WITHIN TEMPTATION, SEPULTURA and many others.
NERVECELL is currently in Europe where they will hit the stage this Friday, July 20 at Metalcamp festival 2007 (Slovenia). The band is set to return to Dubai and enter the studio to start recording its new full-length CD, "Preaching Venom", to be released late 2007/early 2008.
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