NUCLEAR ASSAULT Confirmed For Wacken Open Air!
The original line-up of NUCLEAR ASSAULT—John Connelly (guitar/vocals), Anthony Bramante (guitars), Danny Lilker (bass), and Glenn Evans (drums)—are the latest act to have been confirmed for this year's Wacken Open Air festival, which is scheduled to take place on August 2-3 in Wacken, Germany. The full line-up of acts that are presently scheduled to perform at the event now looks like this:
CHILDREN OF BODOM
As previously reported, NUCLEAR ASSAULT will be embarking on a three-date east coast reunion tour during April. The shows will mark the first time the group's original line-up has played together on a stage in a decade (discounting a poorly-promoted reunion show that took place in May 1997 in Manchester, New Hampshire). The confirmed dates are as follows:
Apr. 06 – Asbury Park, NJ @ Metal Meltdown IV
Apr. 27 – Brooklyn, NY @ L'Amour
Apr. 28 – Springfield, VA @ Jaxx
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