Posts Tagged ‘Download Festival’

VIDEO: Sum 41 – Goddamn I’m Dead Again

Sum 41 have released a video for their new track ‘Goddamn I’m Dead Again’.

The track, an angry and infectious punk number, features a wild party down by an abandoned sewer, and is taken from the bands latest album ’13 Voices’, which was released last year through Hopeless Records.

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NEWS: Holding Absence confirm headline UK tour for June/July/August 2017!

It looks like Cardiff based up-and-comers Holding Absence have their sights set on having a super busy 2017, especially on the touring front. Surrounding their appearances at a handful of festivals this summer, such as Download Festival and Fat Lip Festival, the band have confirmed a slew of headline dates of their own.

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NEWS: Nothing More finish recording their album!

Progressive metal band Nothing More have just finished recording their highly anticipated studio album. According to their official Facebook page, the Texas-based band recorded the final track to be included on the album earlier on Monday.

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NEWS: Astroid Boys announce UK tour for May 2017!

Off the back of releasing their new song ‘Foreigners’ earlier this year, Cardiff hardcore and grime blenders Astroid Boys have announced that they’ll be heading on the road next month as part of a headline tour of the UK.

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NEWS: Code Orange, Suicide Silence and more join Download Festival 2017!

It’s less than three months until Download Festival – the UK’s premium rock and metal festival – is here once again, and the organisers have now announced another batch of bands that will be joining the weekend bill, which already boasts main stage headline sets from System Of A Down, Biffy Clyro, and Aerosmith.

The latest names to join the festival bill include Code Orange, Suicide Silence, The Devin Townsend Project, SikTh, and more.

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NEWS: WWE NXT Live to return to Download Festival 2017!

Along with boasting to host one of the best rock/metal festival weekenders in the UK all year long, this year’s Download Festival has just got even bigger by confirming that following its success last year, WWE NXT Live will be returning to the festival’s Donington grounds.

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NEWS: Four Year Strong announce one-off Glasgow show on June 8th 2017!

Ahead of their appearance at this year’s Download Festival in June, pop-punk favourites Four Year Strong have confirmed that they’ll be performing a one-off headline show in Glasgow, where they’ll be performing their album ‘Rise Or Die Trying’ in full as part of the record’s tenth anniversary.

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NEWS: Steel Panther and 40+ more bands join Download Festival 2017!

Donington’s Download Festival is known for being the premium rock and metal festival for the UK, and they’re certainly on track of maintaining that reputation for 2017. The organisers have just confirmed over 40 more bands to join the bill.

The latest names to join the festival bill include A Day To Remember, Steel Panther, Northlane, The King Blues, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Casey, Moose Blood, and more.

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NEWS: Mastodon, Sum 41, Alter Bridge and more named for Download Festival 2017!

We may be deep into the cold months of winter right now, but the organisers of Download Festival are keeping our appetites whet for the summer to come by confirming another batch of bands to form the festivities of the 2017 edition of the event.

The latest names to join the festival bill include Mastodon, Sum 41, Alter Bridge, Airbourne, Good Charlotte, Pierce The Veil, and more.

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NEWS: AFI confirmed to support Deftones during UK tour in May 2017!

Along with dropping their new album ‘AFI (The Blood Album)’ in January, Californian punk rockers AFI have now been confirmed as main support for Deftones during their short headline run across the UK in May, which comes ahead of their already confirmed Download Festival appearance in June.

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