STOLEN BABIES, EVILE, OCTOBER FILE, MORTAL SIN Confirmed For Poland's METALMANIA

STOLEN BABIES, EVILE, OCTOBER FILE and MORTAL SIN are among the confirmed bands for the small/side stage of the 22nd edition of the Metalmania festival — the biggest metal fest in Central-Eastern Europe — which will take place on March 8 at the Spodek Hall in Katowice, Poland. The festival billing is now shaping up as follows:

Main stage:

MEGADETH (US)
THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN (US)
SATYRICON (NO)
OVERKILL (US)
VADER (PL)
IMMOLATION (US)
ARTILLERY (DK)
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM (US)
MARDUK (SE)
PRIMORDIAL (IE)
INSIDE YOU (RU)
POISON THE WELL (US)

Small stage:

STOLEN BABIES (US)
EVILE (UK)
OCTOBER FILE (UK)
MORTAL SIN (AU)
DRONE (DE)
DEMONICAL (SE)
NON-DIVINE (NL)
IZEGRIM (NL)
WRUST (Botswana)
PANDEMONIUM (PL)
CARRION (PL)

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