SEPULTURA, ICED EARTH, VOLBEAT, Others Confirmed For Belgium's GRASPOP METAL MEETING

SEPULTURA, ICED EARTH and VOLBEAT are among the newly confirmed bands for next year's edition of the Graspop Metal Meeting, set to take place June 24-26, 2011 in Dessel, Belgum.

The festival billing is shaping up as follows:

Friday, June 24:

SCORPIONS
VOLBEAT
ICED EARTH
EPICA
PARKWAY DRIVE
THE DAMNED THINGS
MASTERS OF REALITY
HEAVEN SHALL BURN
SEPULTURA
ANGELWITCH
KVELERTAK
THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER
REVOKER

Saturday, June 25:

OZZY OSBOURNE
JUDAS PRIEST
ACH ENEMY
MOONSPELL
ELECTRIC WIZARD
ADEPT
SPIRITUAL BEGGARS

Sunday, June 26:

SLIPKNOT
AMORPHIS
SOILWORK
TERROR
WHILE SHE SLEEPS

The first edition of Graspop Metal Meeting took place way back in 1986 as a local pop festival with mainly local acts. Two decades later, Graspop has evolved from a small-scale family affair to a major and internationally acclaimed metal event.

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