HATEBREED Moderator Confirms SLIPKNOT/HATEBREED In Talks To Co-Headline OZZFEST 2nd Stage

A HATEBREED forum moderator has confirmed reports that SLIPKNOT and HATEBREED are in talks to co-headline the second stage at this year's Ozzfest (as first reported here on January 25). Writing in response to forum postings about the bands that are scheduled to take part in the festival, the moderator said, "Right now all of this is rumors except the SLIPKNOT/HATEBREED co-headline thing, I dont see a problem with HATEBREED going before SLIPKNOT 'cause SLIPKNOT is a multiplatinum group regardless of if they suck. That is how the industry works."

As previously reported, Ozzy Osbourne is expected to top a main-stage Ozzfest bill this year that will probably include veteran British heavy metallers JUDAS PRIEST. Other rumored acts for the festival include DAMAGEPLAN and VELVET REVOLVER.

(Thanks: www.vinnieanddime.com)


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