SAMAEL, AMON AMARTH, EVERGREY To Perform At HARD ROCK MAG TROPHIES Awards

SAMAEL, AMON AMARTH, EVERGREY, ANATHEMA, ETHS, FREAK KITCHEN, LOUDBLAST, MISANTHROPE, ZUUL FX and THE OLD DEAD TREE are among the confirmed performers at the Hard Rock Mag Trophies 2005 awards, set to take place May 1 at La Locomotive in Paris, France. Scheduled guests include Rudolf Schenker (SCORPIONS), James Labrie (DREAM THEATER), Greg Mackintosh and Nick Holmes (PARADISE LOST), Dani Filth (CRADLE OF FILTH), DRAGONFORCE, ANOREXIA NERVOSA, CARNIVAL IN COAL, GOJIRA, MASTERPLAN and NOXIOUS ENJOYMENT.

Hard Rock magazine Trophies will reward the best international and French metal bands from 2004. The event will serve as a gathering fans, professionals and artists based around gigs and other promotional events. The entire show will be broadcast on the French channel M6 and a DVD will be recorded and sold with the summer issue of the magazine.

For more information, visit www.hardrockmag.com.

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