The American metalcore band Demon Hunter  is headlining the third edition of Brainstorm Festival. Co-headlining are  death-metallers In Vain from Norway and power-metal sensation Innerwish from  Greece.

Brainstorm Festival takes place on 5 and 6 November 2010 in club  Gigant in the city Apeldoorn in The Netherlands. Besides concerts the two-day  event offers exposition, a cd-market and an alternative program in the theater  of the club. Other bands that play this years Brainstorm Festival are The  Spirit That Guides Us, Officium Triste, Slechtvalk, My Silent Wake, Dark Sky,  Ryffhunter (with members of Seventh Avenue and Sinbreed), In Grief and  Erebus.

For further information check www.brainstormfestival.com <http://www.brainstormfestival.com>

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