IN BATTLE, NOCTURNAL BREED, Others Confirmed For Germany's UNITED METAL MANIACS Festival

Sweden's IN BATTLE, Norway's NOCTURNAL BREED and Belgium's DEMONIZER are among the bands scheduled to appear at United Metal Maniacs festival, set to be held May 29-30 in Friedersdorf, Germany.

The complete list of artists currently confirmed to appear at the event is as follows:

NOCTURNAL BREED (Norway)
IN BATTLE (Sweden)
DIABOLICAL (Sweden)
DEMONIZER (Belgium)
SECRETS OF THE MOON (Germany)
ZARATHUSTRA (Germany)
STORMWARRIOR (Germany)
DARK FORTRESS (Germany)
METAL INQUISITOR (Germany)

For more information on the festival, click here.

As previously reported, IN BATTLE will issue their new album, "Welcome To The Battlefield", on August 4 through Cold/Metal Blade Records.

The CD will be mixed at Mana studio in Florida with producer Erik Rutan (HATE ETERNAL/ex-MORBID ANGEL) and will contain 10 songs (plus one bonus track on the Japanese release).

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