SABATON Confirmed For U.K.'s HAMMERFEST

Swedish metallers SABATON have been confirmed for next year's edition of Hammerfest, set to take place March 17-19, 2011 in Prestatyn, North Wales.

The festival billing is shaping up as follows:

ACCEPT
BIOHAZARD
EVILE
GAMA BOMB
MUNICIPAL WASTE
MY RUIN
ONSLAUGHT
REVOKER
SABATON
SATYRICON
WOLF

Commented Hammerfest promoter John Davis: "We are really pleased with the lineup for this year's event and have seen a massive increase in tickets sales, which I think is partly down to the strength of last year's event and the fact that all of our headliners are playing exclusive sets for us. We are expecting to sell out quicker than last year which sold out two months prior to the event."

Many more bands will be announced during the coming months.

For more information, visit www.hammerfest.co.uk.

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