Canadian thrash metal pioneers EXCITER have been confirmed for the Sweden Rock Cruise, departing from Stockholm on October 8 and returning the next day.

The event billing is shaping up as follows:


Two more acts will be announced soon.

With hard rock DJs, tax-free shops, bars, restaurants, a gaming room, swimming pool and saunas, the 12-deck, 200-meter long M/S Silja Galaxy is "pure heaven for everyone into hard music and partying!" according to a post on the event's web site.

Tickets are on sale at this location. You can also order by telephone: +46 (0)8 666 3333.

* Price: Cabins from 395 SEK per person.
* Check-in: at the Silja terminal in Värtahamnen, Stockholm on October 8 at 18.15. The ship departs at 19.15.
* Age: 18 years or older
* Booking and more info: Tallink Silja, phone +46 (0)8 666 3333. Product code to use when booking: metal.


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