EYES OF NOCTUM Pulls Out Of Norway's INFERNO Festival; EPISODE 13 Steps In

EYES OF NOCTUM, the California-based black metal band fronted by Weston "Arcane" Coppola Cage (son of actor Nicolas Cage), has pulled out of this year's Inferno festival, set to take place April 8-11, 2009 in Oslo, Norway. They will be replaced on the bill by the Turkish black metal band EPISODE 13.

Inferno festival billing is now as follows (in alphabetical order):

ÅRABROTT
AZARATH
BENEA REACH
BLACK COMEDY
BLOOD RED THRONE
CARPATHIAN FOREST
CODE
DEATHHAMMER
DEW-SCENTED
EARTH
EPISODE 13
EXECRATION
GRAND MAGUS
HELHEIM
KAMPFAR
KEEP OF KALESSIN
KOLDBRANN
KRAANIUM
KRYPT
MANHATTAN SKYLINE
MENCEA
NEGURA BUNGET
ØRKENKJØTT
PANTHEON I
PARADISE LOST
PESTILENCE
RAMESSES
ROOT
SAGH
SAMAEL
SARKE
SEPTIC FLESH
SEREGON
SWALLOW THE SUN
TAETRE
TERRORDOME
TROLL
UNEARTHLY TRANCE
VICIOUS ART
VÖRGUS
VREID
VULTURE INDUSTRIES
WARLORD

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

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