SWEDEN ROCK FESTIVAL's 'Nordic Challenge': Complete Results Revealed

Finland's 45 DEGREE WOMAN and Norway's SVÖLK have been chosen to represent their respective countries at this year's Sweden Rock Festival as two of four winners of the "Nordic Challenge" contest. 2,500 acts took part in the competition and the winners were selected by a jury consisting of MySpace users, the staff of the Sweden Rock Festival, Sweden Rock magazine and other "celebrity" voters.

The four winners were as follows:

45 DEGREE WOMAN (Finland)
SVÖLK (Norway)
BOIL (Denmark)

Here is a list of all the finalists in the "Nordic Challenge" contest and their final scores:


SISTER SIN (64 points)
THE ITCH (40 points)
DAWN OF SILENCE (36 points)
BLINDED COLONY (26 points)
VANITY BLVD (26 points)


SVÖLK (46 points)
GOTHMINISTER (34 points)
TRIOSPHERE (32 points)
GAIA EPICUS (20 points)


45 DEGREE WOMAN (44 points)
OLYMPOS MONS (34 points)
MEHIDA (30 points)
AGONIZER (28 points)
AMBERIAN DAWN (24 points)


BOIL (38 points)
NIGHTLIGHT (34 points)
PINBOYS (28 points)
STAR RATS (24 points)

SVÖLK - "Shepherd" video:

45 DEGREE WOMAN - "Vingan" (live at Tuska):

(Thanks: Siria / www.konzi-tip.de)


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