DEAD TROOPER Confirmed For Norway's HAMAR METAL FESTIVAL

Norwegian thrashers DEAD TROOPER have been confirmed for the Hamar Metal Festival, a two-day event set to take place February 25-26 at Hydranten in Hamar, Norway. The complete billing for the festival is as follows:

Friday, February 25:

SUSPERIA
KHOLD
BORGARHOLT
PESTIFEROUS

Saturday, February 26:

MADDER MORTEM
MUTE
DREAD
DEAD TROOPER
CYNICON
FORTRESS OF GRIEF

DEAD TROOPER recently spilt with their bass player of two years, Andreas. A replacement bassist has yet to be announced. Drummer Are will handle the bass duties on the group's upcoming EP.

In related news, JUJ — the project featuring DEAD TROOPER members Are and Birger alongside SUSPERIA vocalist Athera — are planning on recording some new material soon. No further information is available at this time.

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