DARK TRANQUILLITY Replaces PORCUPINE TREE At Italy's GODS OF METAL Festival

Swedish melodic death metallers DARK TRANQUILLITY have replaced PORCUPINE TREE on the billing of this year's Gods of Metal festival, which will take place in two separate installments at Idroscalo in Milan, Italy. The first part of the festival will be held on June 2-3 while the second installment will take place June 30. There will be eight bands performing each day (a total of 24 artists over the three days). The festival billing is as follows:

June 2:

MÖTLEY CRÜE
VELVET REVOLVER
SCORPIONS
THIN LIZZY
TRAMP'S WHITE LION
TIGERTAILZ
ELDRITCH
PLANET HARD

June 3:

HEAVEN AND HELL
DREAM THEATER
BLIND GUARDIAN
DIMMU BORGIR
DARK TRANQUILLITY
SYMPHONY X
ANATHEMA
DGM

June 30:

OZZY OSBOURNE
KORN
MEGADETH
BLACK LABEL SOCIETY
TYPE O NEGATIVE
SADIST
DEATHSTARS
SLOWMOTION APOCALYPSE

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