Crash Music, Inc. has announced that they have signed an exclusive licensing agreement with Germany's Armageddon Music to market and distribute the "2003 Armageddon Over Wacken" DVD and Audio CDs for North America.
Wacken Open Air is a yearly metal festival held in the small farming town of Wacken, Germany. The festival started out 14 years ago and has now amassed an attendance up to 35,000 people.
Crash will first release the live concert two DVD set on October 19, 2004. The DVD includes performances by TWISTED SISTER, SAXON, RUNNING WILD, THE CROWN, TESTAMENT, VADER, NILE, IN FLAMES, GAMMA RAY and many more.
The double live audio CD will be released November 16, 2004 and includes music from SONATA ARCTICA, GRAVEWORM, SINNER, SENTENCED, KATAKLYSM, PRIMAL FEAR and more.
Crash Music is distributed in the U.S. by Caroline Distribution and has offices in France that handle the European territories through Crash Music Europe.
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