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With Full Force

With Full Force
Location(s) Löbnitz, Germany
Years active 1994 onward
Date(s) Last weekend of June or first of July
Genre Heavy metal, hardcore punk

With Full Force is a metal, hardcore and punk festival held annually in Germany since 1994. The 2011 edition took place between July 1 and July 3 at the Roitzschjora airport in Löbnitz near Leipzig in the Saxon county of Delitzsch.



July 2–4
Artists announced so far:[1]


July 3 – July 5:[2]


July 4 – July 6: In Flames, Machine Head, Cavalera Conspiracy, Bullet for My Valentine, Ministry, Biohazard, Agnostic Front, Life of Agony, Avenged Sevenfold, 1349, A.O.K., Belphegor, Born from Pain, Broilers, Brutal Truth, Caliban, Cataract, Converge, Danko Jones, Death Before Dishonor, Death by Stereo, Devildriver, Die Apokalyptischen Reiter, Discipline, Drone, Enemy of the Sun, Ensiferum, Entombed, Fall of Serenity, H2o, Hardcore Superstar, Heaven Shall Burn, Illdisposed, J.B.O., Japanische Kampfhörspiele, Job for a Cowboy, Krisiun, Lagwagon, Mad Sin, Madball, Mambo Kurt, Mayhem, Meshuggah, Misery Speaks, Moonspell, Morbid Angel, One Fine Day, Pöbel & Gesocks, Primordial, Psychopunch, Radio Dead Ones, Rotting Christ, Ryker’s, She-Male Trouble, Six Feet Under, Slapshot, Subway to Sally, Tech 9, The Accidents, The Destiny Program, The Exploited, The Turbo A.C.'s, Volbeat, War from a Harlots Mouth


June 29 – July 1: Amon Amarth, As I Lay Dying, Barcode, Benediction, The Bones, Brujeria, The Business, By Night, Caliban, Cannibal Corpse, Children of Bodom, Chimaira, The Creetins, Die Kassierer, Dropkick Murphys, Earth Crisis, Enter Shikari, Ektomorf, Fear My Thoughts, Hatebreed, Ill Niño, Kampfar, Knorkator, KoRn, Lamb of God, Lousy, Manos, Maroon, Misconduct, Moonsorrow, Naglfar, Neaera, One Man Army and the Undead Quartet, Pain, Peter Pan Speedrock, Pro-Pain, Rotten Sound, Satyricon, Sick of It All, Slayer, Smoke Blow, Strung Out, Swallow the Sun, Sworn Enemy, Terror, Turisas, Unearth, Venerea, Volbeat, Walls of Jericho, Zuul FX


July 1–3: Crowbar, Mastodon, Obituary, Amen, Betzefer, Cataract, In Flames, Slayer, Spawn, Extreme Noise Terror, Killswitch Engage, Anti-Flag, Kataklysm, Sick Of It All, Iron Maiden, Red Harvest, Raging Speedhorn, Anthrax, Nuclear Assault, Pro Pain, The Hellacopters, Finntroll, Ektomorf, Beatsteaks, Dew-Scented, Die Apokalyptischen Reiter, Subway To Sally, Sich A Surge


Ministry, Monster Magnet, Manowar, Stormtroopers of Death, Sepultura, NOFX, 59 Times the Pain, Agnostic Front, Amorphis, Boiled Kilt, Children Of Bodom, A.O.K, Beatsteack, Bolt Thrower, Orgy, Die Schinder, Destruction, Discipline, Dritte Wahl, Enslaved, Grave Digger, Hypocrisy, Ignite, In Extremo, Immortal, Lagwagon, Mayhem, Metalium, Troopers, Mercyful Fate, Misfits, Moshquito, OOMPHI, Painflow, Pitchshifter, Richthofen, H2O, Pro Pain, Ryker's, Samael, Satyricon, Six Feet Under, Skyclad, Tanzwut, Theatre Of Tragedy, Terrorgruppe, Temple Of The Absurd, Totenmond

Most Apperances

Nine times
Eight times
Seven times
Six times


External links

  • Official website
  • With Full Force 2012 on ChooseFest

Coordinates: 51°34′37.74″N 12°29′41.21″E / 51.5771500°N 12.4947806°E / 51.5771500; 12.4947806

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