Download Festival announces new wave of bands

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Already looking like one of the best festival line ups across Europe, Download Festival has today announced even more massive names to join the party.

Joining headliners Slipknot, Iron Maiden and Rammstein and previously announced bands such as The Gaslight Anthem, Queens of the Stone Age, Motorhead and 30 Seconds to Marsinclude Limp Bizkit, Enter Shikari and Korn.

The full announcement of bands:

Airbourne, Amon Armarth, Asking Alexandria, Black Dogs, Bullet for my Valentine, Buffalo Summer, Cancer Bats, Coal Chamber, Converge, Down, Earthtone9, Enter Shikari, Five Finger Death Punch, Goldsboro, Hacktivist, Hardcore Superstar, Heaven’s Basement, Hellyeah, The Hives, Huntress, I Am I, In this Moment, Jimmy Eat World, Korn, Last Witness, Limp Bizkit, Mastodon, Motionless in White, Parkway Drive, Stone Sour, The Sword, Three Doors Down, UFO, Vision of Disorder, Volbeat, Walking Papers and Young Guns.

 

 

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Download Festival takes place at Donnington Park from the 14-16 June.

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