THEATRE OF TRAGEDY Pulls Out Of Belgium's METAL FEMALE VOICES FEST V

According to Markus Rutten of www.sounds2move.de, Norway's THEATRE OF TRAGEDY has cancelled its appearance at the upcoming Metal Female Voices Fest V, set to take place Saturday, October 20, 2007 at Oktoberhallen in Wieze, Belgium. Replacing them on the bill will be the Dutch "dark metal" outfit AUTUMN. Also newly added to the bill is the San Diego-based female-fronted power metal act BENEDICTUM, who will perform at the Metal Female Voices Fest V pre-festival show on Friday, October 19 at Oktoberhallen. The festival billing is shaping up as follows (in alphabetical order):

AFTER FOREVER
AUTUMN
BATTLELORE
DISTORTED
DRACONIAN
ELIS
EPICA
IMPERIA
INTERRIA
LEAVES' EYES
SERAPHIM
SIRENIA
THE GATHERING
VALKYRE

DORO will headline the Metal Female Voices Fest V pre-festival show. Also scheduled to appear at the pre-festival concert are HOLY MOSES, DARZAMAT, BENEDICTUM and DYLATH-LEEN.

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