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Six More Bands Confirmed For Graspop Metal Meeting 2011

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The organizers of Belgium's largest metal festival, Graspop Metal Meeting, have announced that six more bands have been confirmed for this year's edition of the event. Atlanta based metal outfit Mastodon will be performing, as will Gwar, Moonsorrow, Kylesa, Protest The Hero and the recently reunited Corrosion Of Conformity. The festival will be held in the town of Dessel from June 24th - 26th and now features the following lineup:

Friday:
Scorpions (Headliners)
Volbeat
Korn
Journey
Foreigner
Iced Earth
Epica
Parkway Drive
The Damned Things
Masters Of Reality
Duff McKagen's Loaded
Heaven Shall Burn
Sepultura
Corrosion Of Conformity
Watain
Angel Witch
Kverlatak
The Black Dahlia Murder
FM
Protest The Hero
Endless Dark
Revoker
Arkona

Saturday:
Ozzy Osbourne (Headliner)
Judas Priest
Whitesnake
Disturbed
Bullet For My Valentine
Black Label Society
Monster Magnet
Cradle Of Filth
Arch Enemy
Moonspell
Electric Wizard
Triptykon
Spiritual Beggars
Pain
Suicide Silence
Firewind
Ghost
Adept
All Shall Perish

Sunday:
Slipknot (Headliners)
Rob Zombie
Cavalera Conspiracy
Mastodon
Avenged Sevenfold
Opeth
Bring Me The Horizon
Moonsorrow
Kreator
Dublin Death Patrol
Legion of The Damned
Amorphis
Soilwork
All That Remains
Escape The Fate
Gwar
While She Sleeps
Terror
Baptized In Blood
Rise To Remain

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this lineup looks better than download...wow

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