CELLADOR, THE CASKET CREW Confirmed For Colorado's DEEP FREEZE V Festival

Omaha, Nebraska's power metallers CELLADOR and Denver's THE CASKET CREW are the latest confirmed bands for the Deep Freeze V festival, set to take place Saturday, January 21, 2006 at Pink E's Zodiac Room in Westminster, CO. Unfortunately, SECTION 16 have been forced to pull out of the event due to recording commitments. The fifth installment of this metal event will feature the following artists from the thrash, death, black, progressive to metalcore genres:

AGENTS OF MAN
SILENCER
CELLADOR
THROCULT
DETHRONED
DEPTH CHARGE
SKAPEGOAT
OUT FOR BLOOD
THE CASKET CREW

In other news, the venue has agreed to make this an all-ages show until midnight. Prices will not vary between all ages and over 21, which are still $9 advance through TicketsWest (available at King Soopers) and $12 day of show. More information is available at www.deepfreezefest.com.

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