SABBAT, ENTOMBED Confirmed For Ireland's D.O.D. FESTIVAL
Reunited British thrashers SABBAT and Sweden's ENTOMBED have been confirmed for this year's D.O.D. Festival (formerly Day of Darkness), which will be held at Ballylinan, Co Laois, Ireland. This year's event takes place over two days — on Friday, July 6 and Saturday, July 7 — and is expected to be the biggest of its kind ever staged in Ireland. Eighteen Irish and international heavy metal acts will play over the two days. Confirmed so far are:
Tickets for the event will go on sale in early April.
For further information, visit www.dayofdarkness.com.
Sanctuary Records has just reissued two classic SABBAT albums: "History of a Time to Come" (1988) and "Dreamweaver" (1989). The remastered CDs contain audio recordings from the band's 1990 concert in East Berlin, which was previously released as the official "The End of the Beginning" video.
A short video clip of SABBAT being interviewed and rehearsing for their recent U.K. tour as the support act for CRADLE OF FILTH has been posted online at YouTube.com. A Quicktime version can be found at this location.
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