PRIMAL FEAR Confirmed For Slovenia's ROCK OTOCEC Festival

June 18, 2003

German power metallers PRIMAL FEAR are the latest act to have been confirmed for the Rock Otocec festival, a three-day event set to take place July 4-6 in Novo Mesto, Slovenia. Also scheduled to appear at the festival are APOCALYPTICA and PAUL DI'ANNO along with a host of local artists. For more information, visit

In other PRIMAL FEAR news, the group's "History Of Fear" DVD is nearly finished and will now come in a special package that will include a bonus live CD. The 160-minute DVD and the accompanying 45-minute live album are due later in the year.

Upcoming PRIMAL FEAR tour dates:

Jul. 04 – Novo Mesto, SLO @ Rock Otocec
Jul. 12 - Villarrobledo, Albacete, SPA @ Metal Mania Festival
Aug. 01 – Wacken, GER @ Wacken Open Air
Aug. 22 – Abtsgemünd, GER @ Summer Breeze Open Air

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