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Cavalera Conspiracy Confirmed For Graspop Metal Meeting 2011

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The organizers of Belgium's Graspop Metal Meeting festival have announced that Cavalera Conspiracy, the band featuring Sepultura founders Igor and Max Cavalera, have been confirmed for the event. Also added to the bill is Russian folk metal band Arkona. Neither band's performance date has been confirmed as of yet however. The festival takes place in the town of Dessel from June 24th-26th.

The lineup is now as follows:

Friday:
Scorpions (Headliner)
Volbeat
Journey
Iced Earth
Epica
Parkway Drive
The Damned Things
Masters Of Reality
Heaven Shall Burn
Sepultura
Angel Witch
Kverlatak
The Black Dahlia Murder
FM
Revoker

Saturday:
Ozzy Osbourne (Headliner)
Judas Priest
Whitesnake
Arch Enemy
Moonspell
Electric Wizard
Triptykon
Adept
Spiritual Beggars
Suicide Silence
Firewind
Ghost

Sunday:
Slipknot (Headliner)
Rob Zombie
Amorphis
Soilwork
Terror
All That Remains
Architects
Escape The Fate
While She Sleeps

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1. wilco writes:

looks good this year
got my tickets in the house

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2. Diamond Oz writes:

It's gonna be really interesting seeing Cavalera Conspiracy and Sepultura on the same weekend. CC were great in 2008, so can't wait to see them again, along with Triptykon.

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