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Slayer Confirmed For Germany's Wacken Open Air 2010

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American thrash metal legends Slayer are the latest band to be confirmed for next years edition of the Wacken Open Air, which will be held from August 5th -7th in Wacken, Germany. Other bands already confirmed for the event are Iron Maiden, Motley Crue, Cannibal Corpse, Arch Enemy and many more. Another band will be announced for the event tomorrow.

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1. fireflyz writes:

cool, too bad that festival is not in the midwest USA, it just makes me sad cos I know I'll never get to see a show like that! There should be a huge festival in the southern midwest like near St. Louis, Memphis, of New Orleans, right?!?!?

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2. fireflyz writes:

I volunteer my farm if someone can supply the stage, sound system, bands, ect. :)

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3. thegoosegoblin writes:

St. Louis would be great for a show like this. It's very accessible to most parts of the midwest/southern states. I'd petition for that!

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4. HeadBangersReviewer writes:

Thats it im traveling abroad, and i might accidentally find myself in Wacken open air!! WOOPS :P

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