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Lamb of God, Lordi and Hatebreed to Accompany Ozzy Osbourne in Ozzfest

March 23, 2007 (4:15 am) GMT
Three heavy metal bands have been chosen to appear in the 2007 Ozzfest Tour.

Estrange couple and is ready to launch the 2007 Ozzfest tour. Among the bands tapped to perform alongside Ozzy are Grammy nominated groove metal band , heavy metal band and also metalcore band .

Following the tradition that none of the performers will get paid, these three bands will be Ozzy's tour mates in the 24 cities tour that starts from July 12 in Seattle and ends on August 30 in West Palm Beach. Lamb of God and Lordi will perform on the same stage as Ozzy while Hatebreed headlines the second stage and is backed up by a number of bands such as Mondo Generator, Ankla, Circus Diablo, Nile and The Showdown.

Though seemingly strange that this event is only backed up by the sponsors and not by the ticket sale, Sharon is confident that it will remain the year's greatest attraction. "The star power we have is Ozzy Osbourne. He's got the credibility and the kids have known for 38 years that when Ozzy has toured he's always had amazing talented bands that tour with him, and he's not going to let them down this year," she said upon lining up the star quality in the event.

For free, the entry ticket can be downloaded from ozzfest.com. on June 12.

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