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More Bands Confirmed For Graspop Metal Meeting Festival 2009

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The organizers of Belgium's premier metal festival Graspop Metal Meeting has announced some more big names for this years edition of the event. New additions to the friday are tribal metal act Soulfly and British power metal band Dragonforce. Saturday features Korn, Death Angel, Journey, Monster Magnet, All Shall Perish, Duff McKagen's Loaded, Five Finger Death Punch and No Use For A Name. Finally, the new bands confirmed for the sunday are Lamb Of God, Children Of Bodom, Nightwish, All That Remains, Sick Of It All, Suicidal Tendencies and Warbringer. More bands will be announced soon.

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1. TonyD writes:

Im goin to europe for the summer....f**k
Solid tours all over.....damn...the states have mayhem......NE metal fest aint bad but it aint great......belgium loves soulfly, that place will implode when they go on....

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2. IrishMetal writes:

Hopefully my mate has my ticket for this and the Metallica concert ordered by now. Gettin to see LOG three times in one year!!!!

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3. kingdesofmuff writes:

List has become more epic by the day can't wait for this :D

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