CANDLEMASS Confirmed For Germany's BANG YOUR HEAD Festival

Reunited Swedish doomsters CANDLEMASS have been confirmed to appear at the 2005 installment of the Bang Your Head!!! festival, set to take place June 24-25 at Messegelände in Balingen, Germany.

Bang Your Head!!! 2005 will be marks the festival's 10th anniversary and the theme of next year's event will be "The Best of Ten Years". To celebrate the anniversary, the festival's organizers have invited the most popular acts that have previously appeared at the featival, including TWISTED SISTER, DIO and MOTÖRHEAD. Confirmed acts so far are as follows:

TWISTED SISTER
MOTÖRHEAD
DIO
SAXON
DORO
SEBASTIAN BACH
GAMMA RAY
NEVERMORE
KROKUS
AXEL RUDI PELL
DESTRUCTION
AMON AMARTH
TANKARD
CANDLEMASS
JAG PANZER
EXCITER
NASTY SAVAGE
VICIOUS RUMORS
DEMON

+ 3 more popular acts
+ 1 very special guest

More information about the Bang Your Head!!! Festival can be found at www.bang-your-head.de.

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