February 1, 2007

Brazilian metallers MINDFLOW have been confirmed for the Bloodstock Indoor Festival, set to take place Friday, August 31 and Saturday, September 1 at the Derby Assembly Rooms, Market Square, Derby, England. MINDFLOW will play on Saturday, September 1 on The Darwin Stage. Also scheduled to appear are German melodic metallers MOB RULES, NWOBHM (New Wave of British Heavy Metal) legends BLITZKRIEG, Germany's SINNER, Anglo-Italian melodic power metal band POWER QUEST and Birmingham, England-based hardcore act BLOOD OF THE ENEMY.

Formed in 2003, MINDFLOW released its first album "Just the Two of Us... Me and Them" in 2004 and toured through Asia, Europe and all Brazil, collecting awards from specialized sites and radio stations.

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