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The Party Stage will be soaked in a stench of sweat, motor oil, whiskey and dirt when BULLET set out from Sweden to conquer Dinkelsbühl like their ancestors did centuries ago. And while the sons of Dinkelsbühl remained victorious in those historic battles, this time around there will be nothing left for them but unconditional surrender. That’s how powerful the Swedish quintet’s AC/DC and Rose Tattoo influenced rock’n’roll sounds, best heard on their new album ‘Highway Pirates’. So don’t miss them at the Nuclear Blast label night in the Party Tent on Wednesday, as it won’t get much more intense during the rest of the festival weekend.