SHOK PARIS Announce Lineup For BANG YOUR HEAD Appearance

Ohio-based metallers SHOK PARIS have announced the lineup for their upcoming reunion show at the 2004 edition of the Bang Your Head festival, set to take place June 25-26 in Balingen, Germany.

Confirmed to appear at the event are Vic Hix (vocals), Ken Erb (guitar), Kel Berkshire (bass), Jan Roll (drums) and George Mihalovich (guitar). Unfortunately, original guitarist Eric Marderwald will not be able to participate due to work and family commitments. Filling in for Eric will be AFTERSHOK guitarist George Mihalovich.

The list of acts currently scheduled to perform at Bang Your Head 2004 is as follows:

WHITE LION
UFO
GOTTHARD
PRIMAL FEAR
MAGNUM
DEATH ANGEL
LILIAN AXE
ANGEL
BLAZE
OMEN
CAGE
MAJESTY
SHOK PARIS
BALLISTIC
RUFFIANS

Seven more bands will be announced during the coming months.

Tickets for the festival are priced at 55 euros (plus shipping) and are limited to 22,000. For more information, visit www.bang-your-head.de.

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