DRAGONFORCE Added To FINNISH METAL EXPO

U.K. extreme power metallers DRAGONFORCE and Helsinki's hardcore/thrash metal act RYTMIHÄIRIÖ have been added to the list of performers for the third annual Finnish Metal Expo, which will be held at Helsinki's Kaapelitehdas on February 16 and 17, 2007. Among the many events of this international music fair is the presentation of the Finnish Metal Awards to outstanding artists of the national scene. Apart from the FMA gala, the expo features a multitude of stands and clinics as well as plenty of live music; confirmed at this point are the following bands:

Friday, February 16, 2007:

BATTLELORE
DRAGONFORCE
MISERY INC.
MOONSORROW
SUBURBAN TRIBE
Finnish Metal Awards Gala

Saturday, February 17, 2007:

AMON AMARTH
APRIL
BEFORE THE DAWN
BROTHER FIRE TRIBE
CYAN VELVET PROJECT
COLDWORKER
INSOMNIUM
RYTMIHÄIRIÖ
TACERE
TURMION KÄTILÖT

For more information, visit www.fme.fi.

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