THE BERZERKER and EPHEL DUATH have been confirmed for the Damnation Festival 2006, set to take place October 15 in Manchester, England. They will be joined by MADMAN IS ABSOLUTE and MAN MUST DIE on the Terrorizer Stage — and with THE AXIS OF PERDITION already confirmed, the line-up is shaping up to be the U.K.'s finest bill of extreme metal noise in 2006.
Festival spokesman Gavin McInally said: "THE BEZERKER, EPHEL DUATH, STAMPIN' GROUND, MURDER ONE, BIOMECHANICAL, SEND MORE PARAMEDICS and both headliners still to be announced... no self-respecting metaller can afford to miss this feast of extreme music!"
Damnation Festival 2006 billing is shaping up as follows:
THE AXIS OF PERDITION
MADMAN IS ABSOLUTE
MAN MUST DIE
SEND MORE PARAMEDICS
The second instalment of U.K.-focused metal will again take place across two stages in Manchester's Jilly's Rockworld and Music Box.
Tickets for Damnation Festival 2006 are priced £15 and will be on sale in
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