Reunited THE RODS To Play Exclusive Scandinavian Show At Norway's METAL ROCK FEST

THE RODS, the classic '80s metal band led by guitarist David "Rock" Feinstein (a cousin of Ronnie James Dio), will play its only Scandinavian show of 2008 at the Metal Rock Fest, a brand new two-day event set to take place August 15-16 in Lillehammer, Norway. Also newly confirmed for the event are EVERGREY, MYRATH, SEVENTH WONDER, BULLET, FATE, BENEA REACH and ALESTORM.

The festival billing is shaping up as follows:

ADAM BOMB
ALESTORM
ASTRAL DOORS
BENEA REACH
BULLET
CIRCUS MAXIMUS
EVERGREY
FATE
FREAK KITCHEN
MANIFEST
MY DYING BRIDE
MYRATH
OPETH
PARADOX
RAMMSUND
(RAMMSTEIN tribute)
SEVENTH WONDER
SUSPERIA
THE RODS
THE WILDHEARTS
TROUBLE
TWISTED SISTER
TÝR
WARRIOR

For more information, visit www.metalrockfest.com.

Watch THE RODS's "Hurricane" video:

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