KAI HANSEN To Perform HELLOWEEN Set With STORMWARRIOR

German power metallers STORMWARRIOR will be joined by former HELLOWEEN and current GAMMA RAY guitarist/vocalist Kai Hansen for a special "Walls of Jericho" set during the "after-party" for the "34 000 Ton Metal Cruise" on September 25 at Münchenbryggeriet in Stockholm, Sweden. Also set to perform at the after-party is Finland's IMPALED NAZARENE.

Tickets for the after-party will be available on the cruise and at the Sound Pollution record store in Stockholm.

The "34 000 Ton Metal Cruise", set to take place September 24-25 on board of the third generation car ferry "Silja Festival" (photo), is completely sold out. The complete lineup for the festival is as follows:

AMON AMARTH
HYPOCRISY
SKYCLAD
TAD MOROSE
TANKARD
WOLF

(Thanks: Martin Forssman / Sweden Rock)

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