U.K.'s GODFLESH and Norway's VIRUS have been confirmed for this year's edition of the Hole In The Sky festival (a.k.a. Bergen Metal Fest XI), set to take place August 24-27 in Bergen, Norway. Also scheduled to appear are MARDUK, GHOST and NEGATIVE PLANE.

The organizers previously stated about the event: "Due to issues in regard to the main stage venue, we were forced to sit back and wait until we found a proper solution to the matter. As it happens, it all turned out for the best in the end. The scheduled renovation work for USF is postponed, so we're able to carry on with the same setup as before — two days at the Garage club, finishing of with two days at USF. This has, naturally, caused some delays as we couldn't start the booking process until we knew what we were dealing with."

For more information, visit www.holeinthesky.no.


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