THE POODLES, BROTHER FIRETRIBE, MAD MAX Confirmed For U.K.'s THUNDERGROUND Festival

Swedish hard rock band THE POODLES (consisting of vocalist Jakob Samuel [THE RING, ex-TALISMAN, JEKYLL & HYDE], guitarist Pontus Norgren [THE RING, ex-TALISMAN], bassist Pontus Egberg [ex-LION'S SHARE] and drummer Christian Lundqvist) and BROTHER FIRETRIBE (the Finnish AOR/hard rock band featuring NIGHTWISH guitarist Emppu Vuorinen) are among the confirmed bands for the Thunderground festival, set to take place August 18 at the Rock City in Nottingham, England. The festival billing is shaping up as follows:

WIG WAM
THE POODLES
BROTHER FIRETRIBE
(feat. Emppu Vuorinen of NIGHTWISH)
MAD MAX (feat. Michael Voss of CASANOVA)
HUMAN ZOO

Prices are £22.00 and will be available from the usual tickets outlets as well as direct via the Thunderground web site. Postage is included in the price and there will be no booking fee if you buy directly from the organizers.

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