BEHEMOTH Confirmed For Spain's ATARFE VEGA ROCK Festival

Polish black metallers BEHEMOTH have been confirmed for next year's edition of the Atarfe Vega Rock festival, set to take place March 10-11, 2006 at Nave Medina Elvira in Atarfe, Granada, Spain. Other bands scheduled to appear at the festival include TWISTED SISTER, GAMMA RAY, MASTERPLAN, IN EXTREMO, MONSORROW and TO/DIE/FOR. More confirmations will be announced soon.

BEHEMOTH recently completed a North American tour as part of the Blackest of the Black tour, featuring headliners DANZIG alongside CHIMAIRA, HIMSA, MORTIIS and THE AGONY SCENE. This was the group's third U.S. tour in support of their most recent, critically-acclaimed record, "Demigod".

BEHEMOTH are currently in the middle of a lengthy Canadian headlining tour. The band also completed a video for the track "Slaves Shall Serve".


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