LEAVES' EYES, ATROCITY Confirmed For Turkey's ROCK THE NATIONS Festival

LEAVES' EYES, the new band formed by ex-THEATRE OF TRAGEDY singer Liv Kristine Espenaes Krull and members of ATROCITY (who are fronted by Liv's husband Alexander Krull), and ATROCITY are the latest acts confirmed for the Rock The Nations Open Air Festival 2004, a three-day event set to take place July 2-4 in Istanbul, Turkey.

So far, the following bands have been confirmed to appear at the festival:

AMON AMARTH
ASAFATED
ATROCITY
BLAZE
CALIBAN
CENOTAPH
CIRCLE II CIRCLE
DESTRUCTION
EPICA
HATEBREED
KATATONIA
LAKE OF TEARS
LEAVES' EYES
MALEVOLENT CREATION
MARDUK
MEZARKABUL
MORE THAN EVER
MORIBUND OBLIVION
NORTHERN LIGHTS
NU-CLEAR DAWN
ORPHANED LAND
PAIN OF SALVATION
PAUL DI'ANNO
SELF TORTURE
SENTENCED
SOLITUDE
SOUL SACRIFICE
U.D.O.
VADER

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