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News: Bloodstock – New Bands Added

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The UK’s biggest independent Rock and Metal Festival, Bloodstock Open Air, has just announced another mouth-watering batch of bands for its 2023 edition and with some heavy hitters and complete legends in the mix, 2023 is surely going to be another Bloodstock you simply don’t want to miss out on.  Not one, but two Main …

It’s that time again already, when BLOODSTOCK kicks off its grass roots-supporting ‘Metal 2 The Masses’ scheme, which gives unsigned and DIY bands the chance of being part of the BLOODSTOCK festival experience.   M2TM 2022 was without doubt the biggest BLOODSTOCK New Blood initiative to date and the festival managed to capture the bands, the fans, and grab a chat with a …

BLOODSTOCK announces CANNIBAL CORPSE, BLEED FROM WITHIN & more   With the countdown to Bloodstock 2018 well under way the great metal fest has announced four more bands for this year. It’s certainly shaping up to be a blinding line-up so far.   The awesome Death metal icons, CANNIBAL CORPSE, join the festival as Saturday’s …

Four more bands have been added to the line-up for August’s best metal gathering! Joining the likes of Amon Amarth, Hatebreed, Arch Enemy and Megadeth on the line-up firstly are German thrash legends Kreator! They will take on Bloodstock’s main stage in Saturday’s special guest spot. Vocalist/guitarist Mille Petrozza had this to say, “We are …

Bloodstock Festival isn’t until August next year but they’re already rolling out some new acts. Poland’s own Decapitated, Florida based Obituary earn a place on main stage and Brujeria also earn a spot on main stage. Decapitated’s guitarist, Vogg, says; “We’re very excited to be returning to Bloodstock Festival – it will have been three …

There are now just days to go until Bloodstock 2015 (6th-9th August), which takes place NEXT WEEKEND at Derbyshire’s Catton Park. Last week, the final bands were announced- filling the last space on the Ronnie James Dio main stage are Savage Messiah, while a whole host of competition winners, such as Bristol’s Mortishead and Nottingham’s …