VOLBEAT's entire July 6, 2007 performance at the Roskilde Festival in Roskilde, Denmark is available for streaming in audio format at DR NetRadio. The Danish metal band was the first group to perform on the festival's "orange" stage Friday in front of approximately 50,000 people.VOLBEAT recently received its first gold album for sales in excess of 20,000 copies in Denmark of the band's sophomore CD, "Rock the Rebel / Metal the Devil". The album entered the Danish chart at No. 1 upon its release in late February and stayed in the Top 5 for three months. VOLBEAT will support METALLICA on July 13 in Århus, Denmark. Also appearing on the bill is MNEMIC. VOLBEAT recently announced the addition of guitarist Thomas Bredahl from the punk rock combo GOB SQUAD to the group's ranks. GOB SQUAD supported VOLBEAT on their Danish tour in 2006. (Thanks: Claus "Solars" Petersen)
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