WEEKEND NACHOS, ROMPEPROP Confirmed For Holland's BLOODSHED Festival

WEEKEND NACHOS and ROMPEPROP are among the confirmed bands for the 11th edition of Bloodshed festival, set to take place October 1-2, 2010 at the Dynamo Club in Eindhoven, Netherlands.

Commented the organizers: "Still 10 more months to go, but we are happy to please you with the first announcements of amazing grind, gore and power violence bands!

"Every year we get so many requests from bands all around the globe, so we try to make the best selection of our and your taste.
"We only have 19 spots to give away, so we cannot please everyone. But no worries, there are edition enough in the future!"

The festival billing is shaping up as follows:

WEEKEND NACHOS (USA)
ROMPEPROP (NL)
THE ATTACK OF THE MAD AXEMEN (D)
HYMEN HOLOCAUST (NL)
COLLISION (NL)
THE AFTERNOON GENTLEMEN (UK)
WOJCZECH (D)

For more information, visit www.bloodshed.nl.

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