BRUJERIA Confirmed For France's HELLFEST

Extreme metallers BRUJERIA have been confirmed for the Hellfest summer open-air 2007 festival, set to take place June 22-24 in Clisson, France. BRUJERIA is scheduled to perform on June 23. The festival billing is shaping up as follows (in alphabetical order):

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BEHEMOTH
BLIND GUARDIAN
BRUJERIA
CANNIBAL CORPSE
EPHEL DUATH
HATEBREED
IMMORTAL
KICKBACK
MOHO
NAPALM DEATH
ORTHODOX
THERION

As previously reported, BRUJERIA has also been confirmed for the the With Full Force festival, set to take place June 29 – July 1 at Flugplatz Roitzschjora in Löbnitz, Germany. BRUJERIA's performance is scheduled for June 29.

BRUJERIA's lineup for the band's Spanish shows in September 2006 included El Cynico (a.k.a. Jeff Walker; ex-CARCASS) on bass and El Embrujado (a.k.a. Patrik Jensen; THE HAUNTED) on guitar. Check out photos from the Sept. 22, 2006 gig at Sala Jam in Bergara, Spain at this location.

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