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Metallica Adds Eric Church, Jim Breuer and Punk and Thrash Stage to 2012 Orion Music + More Festival

Orion Music and More Festival

This summer’s Orion Music + More festival in Atlantic City, N.J. has just got bigger. Metallica, in conjunction with C3 Presents, announced the addition of a country rocker, a comedian’s heavy metal band and an entire stage devoted to punk and thrash music.

Suicidal Tendencies and Sepultura will headline the Damage Inc. Stage at the June 23 and 24 festival, with at least six other acts playing before them. They join already announced performers like Avenged Sevenfold, Modest Mouse and Metallica, who will play their ‘Black Album’ and ‘Ride the Lightning’ albums in their entirety during their two performances (one album each night).

Country rocker Eric Church, Soul Rebels, Wooden Shjips and the Jim Breuer Heavy Metal Comedy Tour were announced as performers in a press release sent out this morning. The complete lineup is available at the festival’s new website. Two day passes for the show start at $150, and are on sale now.

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