SOILWORK, TRAIL OF TEARS Confirmed For Norway's SCREAMFEST

SOILWORK and TRAIL OF TEARS are among the latest confirmed bands for the first annual Screamfest, set to take place November 2-3 at Betong in Oslo, Norway. The festival billing is shaping up as follows:

Friday, November 2:

Small Stage:

SOUL SCARRED 19:00-19:30
GROUND ZERO SYSTEM 20:00-20:30
THRONE OF KATARSIS 21:10-21:40
TRIOSPHERE 22:20-23:00
BREED 00:00-00:40

Main Stage:

VREID 19:30-20:00
SIRENIA 20:30-21:10
GOTHMINISTER 21:40-22:20
AFTER FOREVER 23:00-24:00
SAMAEL 00:40-01:40

Saturday, November 3:

Small Stage:

DIAMONDOG 18:30-19:00
FUNERAL 19:30-20:00
OCTAVIA SPERATI 20:45-21:15
SAHG 22:15-22:45
BLOOD RED THRONE 23:45-00:45

Main Stage:

TRAIL OF TEARS 19:00-19:30
AUDREY HORNE 20:00-20:45
VOLBEAT 21:15-22:15
KATATONIA 22:45-23:45
SOILWORK 00:45-02:15

Screamfest 2007 is the first annual festival organized by Norway's No. 1 metal magazine Scream.

For more information, visit www.screamfest.no.

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