German thrashers EXUMER have been confirmed for next year's Metropole Ruhr Festival, set to take place April 4, 2010 in Oberhausen, Germany. The event will feature some of the most influential cult thrash and power metal bands from the 1980s, hailing from Germany, Canada and the USA.
On the heels of the success of the Chris Withchunter tribute show in Oberhausen this past April, co-organizers Death Squad Promotion, who manage EXUMER and SODOM, among others, put together the Metropole Ruhr Festival to continue to celebrate traditional thrash and power metal from around the world.
The festival billing is shaping up as follows:
EURE ERBEN (GER)
FAILED PERFECTION (GER)
SAVAGE GRACE (USA)
ANGEL DUST (GER)
LIVING DEATH (GER)
EXUMER will make its Italian live debut on April 10, 2010. Additional European appearances are planned for Poland, Norway, Germany and Austria.
For more information, go to www.myspace.com/exumerwakingthefire.
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