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Slayer Rumored For Ozzfest 2004

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According to BLABBERMOUTH.net SLAYER are HIGHLY rumored to be playing a Main-Stage slot this year at OZZFEST. As previously reported, OZZY OSBOURNE will once again be headlining the annual traveling festival while SLIPKNOT and HATEBREED are said to be "all but confirmed" to co-headline the festival's second stage. Other bands rumored to be in the running for a slot at this year's Ozzfest include JUDAS PRIEST, DAMAGEPLAN and SUPERJOINT RITUAL. An official announcement regarding the exact lineup for the festival is expected to be made during the coming weeks.

Source: Blabbermouth

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1. Hybrid Stigmata writes:

Dimmu Borgir, Satyricon, Rotting Christ, Hypocrisy, Children of Bodom, Behemoth, Zyklon and Mayhem
should all be on Ozzfest, please no Cradle of Filth

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2. deathbringer writes:

Riiight. Sounds like a great fest, but no Ozzfest.

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3. scott writes:

what the f*** is slipknos doin on this years bill with slayer and priest get them the f*** out of thir

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4. jaime writes:

DAMAGEPLAN, Slayer, Kittie,and Marilyn Manson, should definitely be on the Ozzfest tour this year. Rock on! lml

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