VADER To Open For METALLICA, SLIPKNOT In Poland

Polish death metallers VADER will be opening for SLIPKNOT and METALLICA on May 31 at Silesian Stadium in Chorzów, Poland.

VADER are expected to play over 160 shows in 2004, including their first-ever run through Eastern Europe. In May, the band will take a little break due to the recording sessions of their new album, "The Beast", but will return to the road in mid-June, visiting such countries as Turkey, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia (Yugoslavia), Croatia and Slovenia. On August 25, VADER will start their tour through Scandinavia, consisting of 14 shows in Sweden, Norway and Finland. After that, the band will hit RPA, Japan and Indonesia, to be followed by the Polish "Blitzkrieg 2" tour and another U.S. run. A slot on the "X-Mass Festival 2004" tour will round out the year.

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