DARK FUNERAL, EXMORTUS, SUMMERS DYING Confirmed For Germany's PARTY.SAN OPEN AIR
DARK FUNERAL, EXMORTUS and SUMMERS DYING have been confirmed for this year's edition of the Party.San Open Air festival, set to take place August 6-8, 2009 in Bad Berka, Germany.
The festival billing is shaping up as follows (in alphabetical order):
DARK FUNERAL (SWE)
DEN SAAKALDTE (NOR)
DESTRÖYER 666 (NL)
HATE ETERNAL (USA)
MISERY INDEX (USA)
ROTTEN SOUND (FIN)
SIX FEET UNDER (USA)
SUMMERS DYING (GER)
SWALLOW THE SUN (FIN)
As previously reported, Swedish black metallers MARDUK will celebrate the 10th anniversary of the release of their legendary "Panzer Divison Marduk" album at the Party.San Open Air festival by performing the whole LP in its entirety as well as playing a number of selections from the band's other releases. According to the group's record label, Regain Records, "It will be a massive night to remember and there will also be some very special guest appearances."
For more information, visit www.party-san.net.
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