Bloodstock 2020: Hatebreed, Bury Tomorrow, and many more announced

Almost a month into 2020, have you kept your resolution? If Bloodstock’s resolution was to keep announcing amazing additions to the festival, they have certainly kept theirs.

As you may have guessed many more bands have been announced for Bloodstock Open Air 2020. The new additions are…

Hardcore/metal icons Hatebreed returning to Catton Park as Sunday headliner’s for the Sophie stage.

British metalheads, Bury Tomorrow, make their Bloodstock debut on Saturday, via the Ronnie James Dio stage.

On Saturday – heavy metal beasts Sylosis, returning to Bloodstock after a decade.

Joining them are Portland thrashers Toxic Holocaust.

Returning to the Sophie stage are atmospheric black metallers Winterfyllth. Below is a clip of their last appearance at Bloodstock in 2017.

Deathgrind from California in the shape of Exhumed on the Sophie stage.

Necrot brings their fusion of death metal and punk to the Sophie stage.

They join the already epic line up of headliners DEVIN TOWNSEND (Friday), BEHEMOTH (Saturday), and JUDAS PRIEST (Sunday). The festival also welcomes PHILIP H. ANSELMO & THE ILLEGALS, SKINDRED, PARADISE LOST, LIFE OF AGONY, BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, DIAMOND HEAD, JINJER, VIO-LENCE, SACRED REICH, GLORYHAMMER, DARK TRANQUILITY, BUTCHER BABIES, CATTLE DECAPITATION, BLOODYWOOD, MEMORIAM, RAMAGE INC, GREEN LUNG, BOSSK, CONJURER, ORANGE GOBLIN, THE NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA, UNLEASH THE ARCHERS, and SAXON so far.

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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