December 25, 2007

Promoter Rob Mason has announced that former "Uranium" VJ Mistress Juliya will host the second annual Indianapolis Metal Fest, scheduled to take place September 26-27, 2008.

According to a press release, "Juliya rose to fame as the premier goddess of all things rock. As the sexy face of Fuse TV and heavy metal, Juliya ruled the world of rock videos, rock VJs, and rock music interviews for five years, as well as playing a crucial role in the branding of the network Fuse TV in both broadcast and online."

"To say that we're excited about Juliya hosting both days of the show would be a huge understatement. She's a metal icon," Mason says.

The announcement comes three months to the day following the first annual Indianapolis Metal Fest, which took place on September 22. According to Mason, "The first show proved what many of us here already knew. The Indianapolis metal scene rules! With only nine months to go until the next show, we're not resting on our laurels. Plans for IMF 2 have been in full swing for several weeks. The Juliya announcement is only the first of many surprises in store for the fans, bands, vendors and sponsors. IMF 2 is going to blow your mind!"

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