CARPATHIAN FOREST and KEEP OF KALESSIN are the first two confirmed bands for the 2009 edition of the Inferno festival, set to take place April 8-11, 2009 in Oslo, Norway.

According to a press release, "CARPATHIAN FOREST promises to give the Inferno audience a set consisting of surprise guest appearances, songs never before played live and a stage show you won’t wanna miss… KEEP OF KALESSIN's short but sweet showcase at 2008's club night was so immensely popular that we decided to get them back for a proper full-length show so you all get to experience the war machine they are live."

Tickets for next year's Inferno festival are available at Norway's Billettservice. Foreigners can purchase tickets through the event's official web site,

The full lineup will be announced at the Inferno kick-off party, which will be held at John Dee in Oslo on Saturday, February 7, 2009.


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