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Final Bands Confirmed For Graspop 2010

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The organisers of Belgiums biggest metal festival, Graspop Metal Meeting, has confirmed the final bands for this years edition of the event. The biggest news is that Soulfly, the band led by former Sepultura frontman Max Cavalera, will be headlining the event on the Saturday. Other bands added to the bill include New York hardcore legends Sick Of It All, former Guns N Roses guitarist Slash, Hatebreed, Revamp, Oceans Of Sadness and Dear Superstar. The festival takes place in the town of Dessel from June 25th-27th.

The lineup is now as follows:

Friday: Aerosmith (Headliners)
Motorhead
Slayer
Stone Temple Pilots
My Dying Bride
Tarja Turunen
Saxon
Therion
Sepultura
Deicide
Anathema
Doro
Ratt
Steel Panther
UDO
Nile
Evergrey
Devin Townsend
Anvil
Raven
Bleeding Through
The Devil's Blood
Ghost Brigade
Oceans Of Sadness
Revamp

Saturday: Soulfly (Headliners)
Channel Zero
Slash
Mastodon
Bullet For My Valentine
Immortal
Sabaton
Airbourne
Paradise Lost
Sick Of It All
Obituary
Fear Factory
Cannibal Corpse
Eluveitie
Walls Of Jericho
Earth Crisis
Tankard
Dark Funeral
3 Inches Of Blood
Hail Of Bullets
Killing Machine
Sylosis
Dear Superstar
Rise To Remain
Spoil Engine

Sunday: KISS (Headliners)
Hatebreed
Killswitch Engage
Amon Amarth
Bloodbath
Jon Olivia's Pain
Devildriver
Hellyeah
Finntroll
Korpiklaani
Exodus
Unearth
A Day To Remember
Behemoth
As I Lay Dying
Katatonia
Alestorm
Atreyu
Mucky Pup
36 Crazyfists
Job For A Cowboy
Necrophobic
The Faceless
Deadlock
Between The Buried And Me

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