MARDUK Confirmed For VADER's Anniversary Concert

Swedish black metallers MARDUK have been confirmed for VADER's 25-year anniversary gig, scheduled for August 30 at Stodola Club in Warsaw, Poland. Meanwhile, Brazil's KRISUN has been forced to cancel its participation in the event due to "some technical issues," according to a posting on VADER's web site.

The billing for the show is as follows:

DISMEMBER
ENTOMBED
GOREFEST
GRAVE
MARDUK
NILE
ROTTING CHRIST
SAMAEL
SEPTICFLESH
VADER

VADER will play a two-hour-plus set, featuring songs from old demo tapes as well as the more popular tracks from the group's recent studio albums. The show will be filmed for an anniversary DVD, tentivately titled "XXV" (to be released in 2009). The band will prepare not only a special live set, but also a special stage design and other surprises.

More information will be made available soon.

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