NEVERMORE, PESTILENCE, TEXTURES, HOT LEG Confirmed For Holland's ZWARTE CROSS Festival

NEVERMORE, PESTILENCE, TEXTURES and HOT LEG have been confirmed for the Aardschok stage (powered by Jägermeister) at this year's Zwarte Cross (Black Cross) festival, set to take place July 24-26 in Lichtenvoorde, Holland. A total of 18 metal bands will perform at the event which will feature 12 (!) stages, a theater area, a stunt arena, a kids arena and a full-blown motocross circuit.

The festival billing is shaping up as follows:

ACTION IN DC
ARCH ENEMY
COMEBACK KID
DELAIN
ENSLAVED
HOT LEG
KORPLIKAANI
LEGION OF THE DAMNED
MORTAL FORM
NEVERMORE
OPETH
PESTILENCE
PETER PAN SPEEDROCK
STRATOVARIUS
SYLOSIS
TEXTURES
VREID
WALLS OF JERICHO

Zwarte Cross has grown into one of the most unique festivals over the years and welcomed over 100,000 visitors in 2008.

For more information, visit www.zwartecross.nl.

(Thanks: Metal-Experience.com)

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