DISTURBED Frontman: 'We Are Confirmed For OZZFEST'
DISTURBED frontman David Draiman has revealed that the band have been confirmed to appear on this summer's Ozzfest heavy metal festival tour.
Speaking to Jolene of Seattle's 99.9 KISW on January 7, Draiman said of the band's upcoming touring plans, "It looks like at this point that we are confirmed for Ozzfest this summer, so that should be a good thing. It's looking like that's gonna happen, so…"
DISTURBED's last appearance on Ozzfest was in 2003, when they shared the main stage with OZZY OSBOURNE, KORN, MARILYN MANSON and CHEVELLE.
In addition to DISTURBED, BLACK LABEL SOCIETY's booking agent recently told Billboard magazine that Zakk Wylde and Co. have also been confirmed for this summer's trek. Additional offers to play the tour have been extended to AVENGED SEVENFOLD and ATREYU, according to recently published interviews with both artists.
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