BALLISTIC, the new band featuring former DEUCE / TENSION / WARDOG mainman Tom Gattis, along with JAG PANZER members Rikard Stjernquist (drums) and Chris Broderick (guitar), are the latest band confirmed for the 2004 edition of the Bang Your Head festival, set to take place June 25-26 in Balingen, Germany.
The list of acts currently scheduled to perform at the event looks as follows:
In addition to their appearance at the festival, BALLISTIC will perform at the "Bang Your Head" warm up-show at the WOM-Club in Balingen on June 24. Joining them at the gig will be DEATH ANGEL, RUFFIANS and SHOK PARIS.
On Friday, June 25, a second show will take place at the WOM-Club, which is located about 200 meters from the festival site. That night, OMEN will take the stage and will be joined by Italian epic metallers DOOMSWORD.
Tickets for the club shows are priced at 13 euros for owners of a valid Bang Your Head festival ticket. Otherwise, entry is 15 euros.
Tickets for the festival are priced at 55 euros (plus shipping) and are limited to 22,000. For more information, visit www.bang-your-head.de.
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