IN FLAMES, TIAMAT, ILLDISPOSED, THE HAUNTED Members To Take Part In Metal Soccer Tournament

On Saturday, May 9, Danish metallers ILLDISPOSED will travel to Sweden to represent their country in the heavy metal soccer tournament "Metallsvenskan". The tournament will take place at the Behrn Arena in Örebro and will feature teams composed of members of such bands as IN FLAMES, SABATON, TIAMAT, HARDCORE SUPERSTAR, MILLENCOLIN, THE HAUNTED and BULLET. Marika Eriksson (Swedish TV4) and film/metal guru Orvar Säfström (ex-ENTOMBED session singer and former member of NIRVANA 2002) will compère the game.

As the perfect ending to the tournament, Swedish metal pioneers HAMMERFALL will play a show at the Conventum Arena in Örebro.

Tickets are 250 SEK and are available from Ticnet.se.

For more information, visit www.metallsvenskan.se.

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