Bloodstock: 17 more bands announced

Just when you thought there were enough big names to keep rockin’ out all weekend. Bloodstock have announced 17 more bands to the line-up.

On the Ronnie James Dio main stage is the newly re-named Entombed AD (formerly ‘Entombed’) who are back after a year of internal struggles and celebrating their new album ‘Back to Front’.

Bands added to the Sophie Lancaster stage are:

  • Monument
  • Gethika
  • Krow
  • Aaron Keylock

On the Jagermeister stage:

  • Undersmile
  • King Creature
  • Massive Wagons
  • Orphaned Land (acoustic set)
  • Rabid Bitch Of The North
  • The Heteric Order

Hobgoblin New Blood stage:

  • No Sin Evades His Gaze
  • Born Of The Jackal
  • Today The Sun Dies
  • Warcrab
  • Byzanthian Neckbeard

All bands on the New Blood stage are submissions from the ‘Metal 2 The Masses’ competition, and Bloodstock are looking for more bands!

If you would like to enter go to http://www.bloodstock.uk.com/events/boa-2014/stages/new-blood-stage

All of the above bands will be joining already announced acts: Megadeth, Saxon, Emporer, Down, Lacuna Coil and many more on August 7-10.

For the full line up visit: http://www.bloodstock.uk.com/events/boa-2014/stages

Entombed AD frontman LG Petrov is looking forward to playing Bloodstock, he had this to say:

“England!  Long time no see!!  And what better way is there than to come to play at Bloodstock Festival in August!  We are looking forward to meeting all you headbangers again!”

Listen to their new track here:

About Neale McGeever

RAMzine Senior Contributor - I'm an entertainment writer ('journalist') from the North East. My favourite bands include Slipknot, Nirvana and Ninja Sex Party... I've freelanced for the likes of Kerrang!,Closer, Front, ZOO, and many others! I'm also big in to movies, video games, live comedy and ...beer!

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