SLAYER, TESTAMENT, DESTRUCTION Confirmed For Switzerland's METAL DAYZ 2003 Festival

SLAYER, TESTAMENT, DESTRUCTION and ANNIHILATOR are among the artists confirmed to perform at Metal Dayz 2003, a three-day festival set to take place Aug. 1-3 at Z7 in Pratteln, Switzerland.

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

Friday, August 1

DESTRUCTION
BLAZE
VIRGIN STEELE
BELPHEGOR
SHAKRA
GODIVA
ZELLZIUS

Saturday, August 2

ANNIHILATOR
TESTAMENT
CIRCLE II CIRCLE
WITHIN TEMPTATION
END OF GREEN
GURD
NILE
THE QUILL
WHITE SKULL
MYSTIC CIRCLE
SECRET SPHERE
EPHEMERA'S PARTY
QL
DARKMOON
INFINITE DREAMS

Sunday, August 3

SLAYER
MASTERPLAN
TANKARD
ROTTING CHRIST
RAWHEAD REXX
SCHANDMAUL
SCHANDMAUL
SYMPHORCE
VISION DIVINE
ELIS
DISPARAGED
ASTERIUS
ZATOKREV

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