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MINISTRY Announces U.S. Tour With DEATH GRIPS; BLABBERMOUTH.NET Presale Available

MINISTRY Announces U.S. Tour With DEATH GRIPS; BLABBERMOUTH.NET Presale Available

American industrial metal juggernaut MINISTRY, led by Al Jourgensen, has announced a co-headlining U.S. tour with experimental rap trio DEATH GRIPS. The trek kicks off at The Palladium in Worcester, Massachusetts on October 13 and will hit Pittsburgh, Seattle, and San Francisco before concluding on November 11 at Gas Monkey Live in Dallas, Texas.

A special BLABBERMOUTH.NET presale will begin on Wednesday, July 19 at 10:00 a.m. Eastern time and end on Thursday, July 20 at 10:00 p.m. local time. When prompted, type in the presale code “PIT” to access tickets before the general public.

The general on-sale is Friday, July 21 at 10:00 a.m. local time.

MINISTRY and DEATH GRIPS tour dates:

Oct. 13 – The Palladium – Worcester, MA (buy tickets)
Oct. 14 – Electric Factory – Philadelphia, PA (buy tickets)
Oct. 16 – Brooklyn Steel – Brooklyn, NY (buy tickets)
Oct. 17 – Terminal 5 – New York, NY (buy tickets)
Oct. 19 – The Fillmore – Silver Spring, MD (buy tickets)
Oct. 20 – The Agora Theatre – Cleveland, OH (buy tickets)
Oct. 21 – Stage AE – Pittsburgh, PA (buy tickets)
Oct. 23 – Royal Oak Music Theatre – Detroit, MI (buy tickets)
Oct. 24 – Express Live – Columbus, OH (buy tickets)
Oct. 26 – Skyway Theatre – Minneapolis, MN (buy tickets)
Oct. 27 – Uptown Theater – Kansas City, MO (buy tickets)
Oct. 29 – The Fillmore Auditorium – Denver, CO (buy tickets)
Oct. 30 – The Complex – Salt Lake City, UT (buy tickets)
Nov. 01 – Showbox Sodo – Seattle, WA (buy tickets)
Nov. 02 – Roseland Theater – Portland, OR (buy tickets)
Nov. 04 – Hollywood Palladium – Los Angeles, CA (buy tickets)
Nov. 05 – The Warfield – San Francisco, CA (buy tickets)
Nov. 07 – The Van Buren – Phoenix, AZ (buy tickets)
Nov. 08 – The Historic El Rey Theater – Albuquerque, NM (buy tickets)
Nov. 10 – White Oak Music Hall – Houston, TX (buy tickets)
Nov. 11 – Gas Monkey Live! – Dallas, TX (buy tickets)

MINISTRY 2017 is:

Al Jourgensen – Vocals
John Bechtel – Keyboards
Sin Quirin – Guitar
Cesar Soto – Guitar
Jason Christopher – Bass
Thomas Holtgreve – Drums

MINISTRY debuted a new song called “Antifa” during its May 27 appearance at this year’s edition of the “Blackest Of The Black” festival, which took place at Oak Canyon Park in Silverado, California.

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“Antifa” is expected to be included on MINISTRY‘s next studio album, “AmeriKKKant”, which will tentatively arrive this fall. The disc will feature guest appearances by DJ Swamp (Beck), Burton C. Bell (FEAR FACTORY), Arabian Prince (N.W.A.) and Lord Of The Cello.

Fans can pre-order the album now from PledgeMusic, where they can find a number of different pledge options, including opportunities to have their name listed among the album credits, get a copy of a signed lyric sheet, a personalized signed signature Al Jourgensen guitar, a vinyl test pressing, a happy birthday message delivered as an MP3 file, various merch options and more, all at staggered pricing.

In 2016, Jourgensen announced plans to record a new MINISTRY studio album to follow 2013’s “From Beer To Eternity”, despite previously saying there would be no further MINISTRY records after the death of longtime guitarist Mike Scaccia in 2012.

Jourgensen‘s side project SURGICAL METH MACHINE released its self-titled debut album in April 2016 via Nuclear Blast. The CD was recorded primarily at Jourgensen‘s home studio in Burbank, California with his longtime engineer Sam D’Ambruoso.

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Daily Set Times Announced For 2017 ‘Chicago Open Air’ Festival

Daily set times have been unveiled for this year’s ‘Chicago Open Air‘.
The event will be held July 14th-16th at the Toyota Park in Bridgeview, IL. Here’s how it will run:


































Friday, July 14th:

Main Stage:

09:50pm Kiss
08:20pm Rob Zombie
06:15pm Megadeth
04:40pm Anthrax
03:20pm Falling In Reverse
02:20pm Crobot
01:20pm Hell Or Highwater

BlackCraft Stage:

07:10pm Meshuggah
05:30pm The Dillinger Escape Plan
04:00pm VIMIC
02:50pm Suicide Silence
01:50pm Whitechapel
12:50pm Code Orange
11:50am Failure Anthem








Saturday, July 15th:

Main Stage:

09:35pm Korn
08:05pm Godsmack
06:25pm Seether
04:50pm Steel Panther
03:35pm Avatar
02:30pm Metal Church
01:30pm Cane Hill

BlackCraft Stage:

06:20pm Clutch
05:40pm Body Count
04:15pm Mushroomhead
03:00pm DragonForce
02:00pm Pig Destroyer
01:00pm Black Map
12:00pm ReverbNation Battle Of The Bands Winner


































Sunday, July 16th:

Main Stage:

08:25pm Ozzy Osbourne
06:25pm Stone Sour
05:05pm Lamb Of God
03:40pm Amon Amarth
02:30pm HELLYEAH
01:30pm Demon Hunter
12:30pm DED

BlackCraft Stage:

07:20pm Slayer
04:35pm Behemoth
03:10pm Kyng
02:00pm DevilDriver
01:00pm Norma Jean
12:05pm Whores.
11:15am Aversed


Riot Fest Single-Day Lineups Announced. Danzig Returns To Riot Fest.

Pitchfork Music Festival 2017

When: Friday, 14 July – Sunday, 16 July 2017
Where: Union Park, Chicago, IL // USA
About: The Pitchfork Music Festival is an annual summer music festival organized by Pitchfork Media and held in Union Park in Chicago,IL. The festival, which is normally held over three days (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday) in July, focuses primarily on artists and bands from alternative rock, rap & hip-hop, electronica, and dance music, although it has also included acts from hardcore punk,experimental/avant-garde rock and jazz in its lineups.

Pitchfork Music Festival Line-Up:

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First Wave of Chicago Riot Fest 2017 lineup announced

Riot Fest Chicago 2017

Douglas Park
1401 S Sacramento Dr,
Chicago, IL 60623

Friday Sep 15, 2017  –  Sunday Sep 17, 2017

All Ages

Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, Jawbreaker, New Order, Paramore, Prophets of Rage, M.I.A., Wu-Tang Clan, Mike D (DJ Set), A Day To Remember, Gogol Bordello, Taking Back Sunday, Vic Mensa, Dirty Heads, TV on the Radio, Ministry, Dinosaur Jr., New Found Glory, FIDLAR, Bad Brains, Death From Above 1979, Action Bronson, Pennywise, Built to Spill, X, Peaches, The Lawrence Arms, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, The Orwells, Bayside, Say Anything, Mayday Parade, Streetlight Manifesto, Dead Cross, Minus the Bear, The Menzingers, LIARS, GWAR, Buzzcocks, GBH, Real Friends, Hot Water Music, Shabazz Palaces, Andrew W.K., Fishbone, The Story So Far, State Champs, Four Year Strong, Beach Slang, The Cribs, that dog., Knuckle Puck, Chon, Slaves, The Hotelier, The Flatliners, Dessa, Saul Williams, Engine 88, Nothing More, Alice Bag, Tobacco, Sleep On It, Downtown Boys, The Smith Street Band, The Regrettes, HDBeenDope, Gazebos, Kittten Forever, And Featuring Hellzapoppin Circus Sideshow Revue, Plus 25+ more bands to be announced

Jawbreaker will also reunite after 21 years to headline the festival’s final day. The iconic punk band broke up in 1996 following their 1995 tour to support their album, “Dear You.”

Summerfest Announces Full Lineup For 50th Anniversary Featuring The Shins, Alessia Cara, Bleachers Milwaukee is the place to be.

By Sondra Minnich – Apr 12, 2017

The full lineup for Milwaukee, Wisconsin’s annual Summerfest has been announced. Famed for being one of the longest running music festivals in the world, this year will be jam packed with over 100 headlining acts. The headliners performing at the American Family Insurance Amphitheater (such as Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, The Chainsmokers, and Future), were previously announced and festivalgoers have been buzzing ever since. Red Hot Chili Peppers will be kicking things off on June 28 as the first act to hit the arena stage.

Today, however, the complete list of performers taking to the ground stages has arrived and it’s epic. Some of the artists who fans can expect to see are Alessia Cara, Bleachers, A Day To Remember, Steve Aoki, and Flume. Up-and-coming acts like Big Thief, Hippo Campus, MUNA, and Parade of Lights will also be performing, giving live music fans a wide variety of acts to check out. There will definitely be something for everyone to enjoy on the coast of Lake Michigan this summer.

If you can’t make it out to the midwest–don’t fret, you’ll be able to catch some of the action online. To celebrate the fest’s incredible 50th anniversary, Jimmy Kimmel Live will bring live performances from the festival grounds to viewers around the world via the web. Plans are still being made in terms of where and when you can tune into the livestreams, but we can’t wait to see this special collaboration.

Summerfest begins June 28 and runs through July 2. There is a one-day hiatus, but then the action picks back up from July 4-July 9. There are four different ticket options, including the 2017 Summerfest 50th Commemorative 1-Day Ticket, 2017 Summerfest 50th Commemorative Power Pass, the 3-Day Pass, and the 11-Day Power Pass. You can check out more info on the festivities here, including dates, ticket prices, and the complete lineup. Make sure you’re tracking all of the Summerfest headliners on Bandsintown, so never miss them in your city!

Lollapalooza 2017: Chance the Rapper, Lorde, Arcade Fire top 170-band lineup

Greg Kot

Greg Kot
Contact Reporter
Chicago Tribune

Chance the Rapper, Arcade Fire and Lorde are among the headliners announced Wednesday for Lollapalooza this summer in Chicago.

Muse, the XX, Blink-182, DJ Snake and Justice also are stacked at the top of the festival, which returns to Grant Park on Aug. 3-6. One-day tickets ($120) go on sale at 10 a.m. Wednesday at lollapalooza.com.

Among the 170 bands scheduled for eight stages over four days are Cage the t-climbers sprinkled throughout the lineup.

The overall lineup continues to show signs of strain. Last year, the festival spread to four days from three for the first time, and the talent thinned out — there simply aren’t enough quality bands and artists touring each summer to fill that many slots. Similarly, there appears to be an awful lot of filler to wade through each day this year to get to the gems.

Here’s a breakdown of each day’s lineup:

Aug. 3: Muse, Lorde, Cage the Elephant, Wiz Khalifa, Porter Robinson, Liam Gallagher, Migo, Spoon, Lil Uzi Vert, Jon Bellion, George Ezra, Capital Cities, Kaytranada, Baauer, the Drums, A-Trak, Tritonal, Gryffin, CRX, Temples, Suicideboys, Hippo Campus, Honne, Cheat Codes, Kevin Devine, Paper Diamond, Middle Kids, the Hunna, Oliver Tree, Jain, the O’My’s, Declan McKenna, Unlike Pluto, Atlas Genius, Arizona, Gibbz, Pham, Michael Blume, Elohim, Stanaj, Kweku Collins, Max.

Lorde’s ascent was affirmed with her performance at Lollapalooza in 2014. Now her second album, “Melodrama,” due out June 16, is one of the year’s most anticipated releases, and the 20-year-old New Zealand singer is sure to draw one of the weekend’s biggest crowds. Haitian-Canadian DJ Kaytranada will bring a heady inventiveness to his club beats. Spoon’s terse, taut melodies will keep the frills to a minimum. Chicago MC Kweku Collins will likely draw an early slot, so don’t be tardy.

Aug. 4: The Killers, Blink-182, DJ Snake, Run the Jewels, Foster the People, Ryan Adams, Grmatik, Phantogram, Tegan and Sara, Crystal Castles, Kaleo, Little Dragon, 3Lou, Whitney, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, Majid Jordan, Getter, the Pretty Reckless, Slushii, Cloud Nothings, Jidenna, Mura Masa, Bishop Briggs, Dokay, the Districts, Pup, Moose Blood, Skott, the Lemon Twigs, Mondo Cozmo, San Holo, the Frights, Saint Jhn, Bibi Bourelly, Missio, Cobi, Moksi, Slothrust, Allan Rayman, Frenship, Harriet Brown, Jess Malin.

Run the Jewels is one of the best things about this day’s lineup and the entire weekend, for that matter — El-P and Killer Mike are one of the best duos in hip-hop history. Whitney quickly rose from local buzz band to international touring act on the heels of its excellent 2016 debut, “Light Upon the Lake.” Glam duo Lemon Twigs is coming off a much acclaimed series of performances at the recent South by Southwest Music Conference in Austin, Texas.

Aug. 5: Chance the Rapper, the XX, Alt-J, the Head and the Heart, Kaskade, Glass Animals, Vance Joy, Mac Demarco, Russ, 21 Savage, Banks, Sylvan Esso, Alison Wonderland, Live, Royal Blood, Nghtmre, Warpaint, Highly Suspect, Zara Larsson, Jai Wolf, Ephwurd, Alvvays, G Jones, Amine, San Fermin, the Japanese House, Leon, the Shelters, Blossoms, Jacob Banks, Michael Christmas, Flint Eastwood, Ron Gallo, Madeintyo, Young Bombs, the London Souls, 888, Wingtip, Colony House, Brayton Bowman, Lady Pills.

Chance is a seasoned festival performer already and is sure to pull out all the stops in this hometown headlining appearance. In its timing, his high-profile slot recalls Kanye West’s headlining appearance at the 2006 Lollapalooza when he brought out Common, Twista and Lupe Fiasco for cameos. Who will Chance’s guests be? Warpaint remains an excellent summer concert band with its slinky grooves and breezy vocals. Veteran Chicago DJ Kaskade puts songs and dynamics ahead of predictable crescendos.

Aug. 6: Arcade Fire, Justice, Big Sean, the Shins, Zeds Dead, Rae Sremmurd, Tove Lo, Milky Chance, Grouplove, DVBBS, Borgore, Lil Yachty, London Grammar, Rag ‘N’ Bone Man, Noname, Joey Badass, Charli XCX, Car Seat Headrest, Slander, Machine Gun Kelly, 6lack, Sampha, Maggie Rogers, NF, Joyryde, Joseph, Barns Courtney, Vant, Grace Mitchell, Blaenavon, Lo Moon, Dirty Audio, Whethan, Sofi Tukker, Xavier Omar, Boogie, Wax Motif, the Walters, Duckwrth, Spencer Ludwig, Flor, Goody Grace, Tucker Beathard.

The fifth Arcade Fire studio album is due out this year, and a new single, “I Give You Power,” features Mavis Staples. If the Chicago gospel-soul great is in town, is there anything that can keep her from making an appearance during the Montreal band’s headlining set? The Shins write beautiful songs but have never been a particularly dynamic live act. The screaming-fan ratio will be extremely high for hip-hop upstarts Rae Sremmurd and Lil Yachty, but expect Chicago’s gifted Noname to deliver one of the day’s most impressive sets. For a dose of cathartic guitar-rock, Car Seat Headrest is your ticket.

The Kidzapalooza stage, an annual fixture, will include performances by Tim Kubart & the Space Cadets, Lucky Diaz, Q Brothers, Sleepy Man, Jo Jo & the Pinecones, Lard Dog & the Band of Shy, Little Miss Ann, School of Rock Allstars.

Lollapalooza 2017 Line Up!

Warped Tour Announces Surprisingly Heavy 2017 Full Band Lineup


By Loudwire Staff

March 22, 2017 7:40 PM

Warped Tour just revealed its full lineup and confirmed the official routing for 2017! This year’s bill is surprisingly heavy, catering to metalheads with the addition of GWAR, Municipal Waste, The Acacia Strain, Hatebreed and more!

2017 will mark the 23rd year of Warped Tour’s legendary run. The summer celebration of rock has morphed in countless directions over the years, first rising to prominence as a one-stop shop for your favorite punk rock acts. This year, rock is represented in many forms, including its heaviest bastard cousin, metal.

You may want to keep your eye on the Monster Mutant South Stage, which will serve as home for GWAR, Emmure, Carnifex, Blessthefall, Silverstein and more. The Monster Mutant North Stage will also showcase the fest’s heavier acts like Hatebreed, The Acacia Strain and Candiria.

The punk and thrash fans will want to stay close to the Hard Rock Stage, featuring Municipal Waste, Sick of it All, Anti-Flag, The Adolescents, Suicide Machines and more.

Check out the full lineup stage-by-stage and Warped Tour 2017’s entire U.S. routing below as well as checking out a video on the announcement of the acts and performances by Memphis May Fire, Blessthefall, Julie Vera, Stacked Like Pancakes and more. For more info on Warped Tour, including ticket information, click here.

2017 Vans Warped Tour Band Announcement

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  • Journey’s Left Foot Stage:

    Attila (6/16-7/2, 7/6-8/6)
    CKY (6/16-8/6)
    Bowling for Soup (6/27-7/2, 7/26, 7/27, 7/29, 7/30)
    Futuristic (6/16-6/23, 6/25-8/6)
    Hawthorne Heights (6/16-8/6)
    Never Shout Never (6/27-7/7)
    I Prevail (6/16 – 8/6)
    Julie Vera (6/16-8/6)
    Watsky (6/17-7/14, 7/16-7/18, 7/20-7/21, 7/23-8/6)
    New Years Day (6/16-8/6)
    Sammy Adams (6/16-7/28, 8/1-8/6)

    Journey’s Right Foot Stage:

    American Authors (6/16-7/19, 7/21-8/6)
    Andy Black (6/16-8/6)
    Beartooth (6/28-8/6)
    Dance Gavin Dance (6/16-8/6)
    Goldfinger (6/16-6/17, 8/4-8/6)
    Hands Like Houses (6/16-8/6)
    Memphis May Fire (6/16-8/6)
    Neck Deep (6/16-8/6)
    Our Last Night (6/16-8/6)
    Streetlight Manifesto (6/24)
    Save Ferris (6/21-8/1, 8/5)

    Monster Mutant North Stage:

    The Acacia Strain (6/16-8/6)
    Being as an Ocean (6/16-8/6)
    Candiria (6/21-8/6)
    Counterparts (6/16-8/6)
    Fit for a King (6/16-8/6)
    Hatebreed (6/21-8/6)
    Silent Planet (6/16-8/6)
    Stick to Your Guns (6/16-7/2, 7/6-8/6)
    Sylar (6/16-8/6)

    Monster Mutant South Stage:

    After the Burial (6/16-8/6)
    Blessthefall (6/16-8/6)
    Carnifex (6/16-8/6)
    Emmure (6/16-8/6)
    Gwar (6/16-8/6)
    Hundredth (6/16-8/6)
    Silverstein (6/16-8/6)
    Sworn In (6/16-8/6)
    Too Close to Touch (6/16-8/6)

    Skullcandy Stage:

    Alestorm (6/21-8/6)
    Bad See Rising (6/16-7/4)
    Barb Wire Dolls (6/16-8/6)
    Big D and the Kids Table (7/6-7/16)
    Microwave (6/16-8/6)
    Riverboat Gamblers (7/29 & 7/30)
    Sonic Boom Six (6/16-8/6)
    Stacked Like Pancakes (7/16-8/6)
    Street Dogs (7/6-7/16)
    Twilight Creeps (8/4-8/6)
    War on Women (6/16-8/6)
    The White Noise (6/16-8/6)
    William Control (6/16-8/6)

    Hard Rock Stage:

    The Adolescents (6/16-8/6)
    The Alarm (7/7-7/16, 8/4-8/6)
    Anti Flag (6/27-7/24)
    The Ataris (6/16-8/1)
    Bad Cop / Bad Cop (6/16-8/6)
    The Dickies (6/16-6/22, 6/24 & 6/25)
    Doll Skin (6/16-6/25)
    Fire From the Gods (6/16-8/6)
    Municipal Waste (6/16-7/2, 7/6-8/6)
    Sick of It All (6/21-8/6)
    Strung Out (6/16-7/11, 8/4-8/6)
    Suicide Machines (7/18-7/21)
    TSOL (7/22-8/6)
    Valient Thorr (6/16-8/6)

    Full Sail Stage:

    Bad Omens (7/4-7/24)
    Boston Manor (6/16-8/6)
    Carousel Kings (6/16-7/5)
    Courage My Love (6/16-8/6)
    Creeper (6/16-8/6)
    The Fantastic Plastics (6/16-7/2)
    Farewell Winters (6/16-8/6)
    Feeki (6/16-8/6)
    The Gospel Youth (6/16-8/6)
    Knocked Loose (6/16-8/6)
    Movements (6/16-8/6)
    Naked Walrus (6/23 & 6/24)
    One Last Shot (7/7-7/10)
    Playboy ManBaby (6/22-8/6)
    Shattered Sun (7/26-8/6)
    Separations (7/6-7/24)
    Tillie (7/26-8/6) (7
    Trophy Eyes (6/16-8/6)

    Warped Tour 2017 U.S. Tour Dates:

    06/16 – Seattle, Wash. – CenturyLink Field
    06/17 – Salem, Ore. – Oregon State Fairgrounds
    06/21 – Albuquerque, N.M. – Balloon Fiesta Park
    06/22 – Phoenix, Ariz. – Fear Farm Festival Grounds
    06/23 – Las Vegas, Nev. – Hard Rock Hotel And Casino
    06/24 – Salt Lake City, Utah – Utah State Fair
    06/25 – Denver, Colo. – Pepsi Center
    06/27 – Nashville, Tenn. – Tennessee State Fair
    06/28 – Metairie, La. – Shrine On Airline
    06/29 – Atlanta, Ga. – Lakewood Amphitheatre
    06/30 – Orlando, Fla. – Tinker Field
    07/01 – St. Petersburg, Fla. – Vinoy Waterfront Park
    07/02 – West Palm Beach, Fla. – Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre
    07/04 – Wilmington, N.C. – Legion Stadium
    07/06 – Charlotte, N.C. – PNC Music Pavilion
    07/07 – Camden, N.J. – BB&T Pavilion
    07/08 – Wantagh, N.Y. – Nikon Theater at Jones Beach
    07/09 – Hartford, Conn. – XFINITY Theatre
    07/10 – Scranton, Pa. – The Pavilion At Montage Mountain
    07/11 – Virginia Beach, Va. – Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater
    07/12 – Mansfield, Mass. – XFINITY Center
    07/13 – Darien Center, N.Y. – Darien Lakes Amphitheater
    07/14 – Burgettstown, Pa. – KeyBank Pavilion
    07/15 – Holmdel, N.J. – PNC Bank Arts Center
    07/16 – Columbia, Md. – Merriweather Post Pavilion
    07/18 – Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio – Blossom Music Center
    07/19 – Cincinnati, Ohio – Riverbend Music Center
    07/20 – Noblesville, Ind. – Klipsch Music Center
    07/21 – Auburn Hills, Mich. – The Palace Of Auburn Hills
    07/22 – Tinley Park, Ill. – Hollywood Casino Amphitheater
    07/23 – Shakopee, Minn. – Canterbury Park
    07/24 – Milwaukee, Wis. – Marcus Amphitheater
    07/26 – Maryland Heights, Mo. – Hollywood Casino Amphitheater
    07/27 – Bonner Springs, Kansas – Providence Amphitheater
    07/28 – Dallas, Texas – Gexa Energy Pavilion
    07/29 – San Antonio, Texas – AT&T Center
    07/30 – Houston, Texas – NRG Park
    08/01 – Las Cruces, N.M. – New Mexico State Intramural Field
    08/04 – Mountain View, Calif. – Shoreline Amphitheatre
    08/05 – San Diego, Calif. – Qualcomm Stadium
    08/06 – Pomona, Calif. – Pomona Fairplex

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