CLAWFINGER Replace SPIRITUAL BEGGARS At Sweden's 2000 DECIBEL Festival
SPIRITUAL BEGGARS have cancelled their previously announced appearance at the sixth edition of the 2000 Decibel festival, set to take place on May 21 at Valhall in Bengtsfors, Sweden (180 kilometres north of Gothenburg). According to the event organizers, "ARCH ENEMY, Michael Amott's [SPIRITUAL BEGGARS guitarist] other band, will be a part of this summer's Ozzfest and they have to release their new album prior to that. The record has to be remixed and as it is really urgent Michael is forced to give it priority before everything else." Replacing SPIRITUAL BEGGARS on the bill will be CLAWFINGER. The complete lineup for the festival now stands as follows:
LOUD 'N NASTY
UNLEASHED, TIAMAT, MESHUGGAH, AMON AMARTH and THERION will have their own signing sessions during the festival. As an extra bonus, WOLF's personal tattooist, Ronnie Johansson from A-House Tattoo, will tattoo everyone that wants a WOLF tattoo — for free.
For more information, visit www.mfdecibel.com.
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