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Bloodstock announces another three bands

Bloodstock Open Air Festival have announced another three bands for 2017’s edition of the festival!

With the festival already confirming a roster of heavy hitters like headliners AMON AMARTH and MEGADETH and the likes of BLIND GUARDIANOBITUARYMUNICIPAL WASTE and WHITECHAPEL for example, now the organisers of the festival have confirmed another three bands for this year’s festival. Serving as special guests on the Sunday, melodic death metal maestros ARCH ENEMY have been announced. Speaking about the upcoming performance, guitarist Michael Amott says, “We’re very much looking forward to being a part of this year’s edition of Bloodstock, which actually takes place very close to where my father was born.  We’ll be bringing our ‘pure fucking metal’ attack home… Hail to England!”

Also included in today’s announcement is american deathcore mob CHELSEA GRIN who will perform on the main stage on the Friday and Canadian progressive metallers ONI who will perform on the Sophie Lancaster Stage on the Saturday. ONI frontman Jake Oni says “In the past year, we’ve had the pleasure of playing the UK a few times, but being a part Bloodstock 2017 is a huge honour.  We are not only excited to show this festival what we’ve got, but also to see some of the masters that are playing!!!  You don’t want to miss this!”

The full list of bands announced for this year’s festival is as follows:

  • AMON AMARTH (Friday Headliners)
  • MEGADETH (Sunday Headliners)
  • BLIND GUARDIAN
  • ARCH ENEMY
  • HATEBREED
  • TESTAMENT
  • OBITUARY
  • BRUJERIA
  • WHITECHAPEL
  • HELL
  • SKINDRED
  • MUNICIPAL WASTE
  • DECAPITATED
  • POSSESSED
  • CHELSEA GRIN
  • ANNIHILATOR
  • SOILWORK
  • WINTERSUN
  • ONI
  • MACABRE
  • SCARAB

Bloodstock 2017 Latest Lineup Feb

Bloodstock Open Air Festival takes place at Catton Park, Derbyshire from August 10-13th 2017. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased here.

For more information on the festival like their official page on Facebook.

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