HEAVY METAL MANIACS FESTIVAL VII: Final Lineup, Running Order Announced

The final lineup and running order has been announced for the Heavy Metal Maniacs Festival VII, which is set to take place this Saturday, October 28 at Manifesto in Hoorn, Holland. It is as follows:

Doors open: 15h00

16h15 – 17h00 SNAKES & SIRENS (NETH)
17h15 – 18h00 ACCELERATE (NETH)
18h15 – 19h15 LONEWOLF (FRA)
19h30 – 20h30 DOUBLE DIAMOND (NETH)
20h45 – 21h45 GRIM REAPER (UK)
22h00 – 23h00 SACRED STEEL (GER)
23h15 – 00h30 NIGHTMARE (FRA)

0h30 – 02h00 After-Show Party

GRIM REAPER's most recent touring lineup — which performed at the Keep It True VI festival in Germany in early April — consisted of the following musicians:

Steve Grimmett (LIONSHEART, SEVEN DEADLY SINS, ONSLAUGHT) - Vocals
Ian Nash (LIONSHEART, SEVEN DEADLY SINS) - Guitar
Pete Newdeck (PAUL DI'ANNO'S KILLERS) - Drums
Ritchie Walker - Bass

Check out a photo of GRIM REAPER performing at the Keep It True VI festival at Metal-Invader.com.

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