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Bloodstock 2020

Bloodstock 2020: Position clarified and more bands added to the line-up

In such uncertain times, it’s great to hear that Bloodstock Open Air Festival is going ahead as planned – with full care and attention. Closely monitoring government guidelines and co-operating with the relevant authorities to assure the best and safest environment for fans, bands, staff, and site workers to celebrate Bloodstock in its 20th anniversary. We all hope things will be ...

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Call Of The Wild Festival postponed until September

Following the sad news other festivals are cancelled or postponed: Call Of The Wild is postponed until September. The festival will now take place 18-20th of September, on the same site, still with three stages and camping facilities. A statement released today explains the wise decision: So, in the last few weeks, we’ve acted quickly to secure the venue, all ...

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BLOODSTOCK

Bloodstock 2020: Headliners for Sophie stage and more announced.

Following the exciting news that Devin Townsend and Behemoth are joining Judas Priest as main-stage headliners – Bloodstock Open Air Festival have revealed more great names for 2020. Indian street-metallers Bloodywood have been named as Friday’s Sophie Lancaster Stage headliners. This is a UK exclusive for the New Dehli band Saturday’s Sophie stage headliners are California’s own extreme metal mob ...

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Bloodstock 2020

Bloodstock 2020: Phil H. Anselmo and more added to line-up

2019 seems to be flying by, best thing about that is that the 2020 festival season is getting closer. Best way to get hyped for one of our favourites is by announcing more bands. Oh, wait Bloodstock Open Air have announced four huge names for the Ronnie James Dio stage. More below. This includes legendary metal frontman Phil H. Anselmo ...

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BLOODSTOCK LINE-UP FINALISED!

Well it’s official, the Bloodstock line-up for 2019 has been finalised. With only three weeks to go, it hasn’t been easy but the board is set and these pieces are ready to unleash a wave of pure, unfiltered metal upon ones’ arse like no other festival on these isles can! Let’s break it down one last time, shall we? Last week ...

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Download 2019: The Highlights -Sunday – Tool, Smashing Pumpkins, Slayer and more.

Ahead of our full coverage in the next issue of RAMzine, we conclude our festival highlights for another year. Sunday can be the best day: you have had a great time and you get to have a proper sleep tomorrow. Or the worst: it’s the last day and you have to leave. This has been an interesting Download – Friday ...

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Download 2019: The Highlights – Saturday – SlipKnot, Halestorm, Skindred, and more

So here we are the ‘middle’ day of DL19: For some the best day, the show-stealer. Yet, for some, this is a stepping stone to the grand finale. Last night we came for Def Leppard, but the real headliner was Mud (apologies for that awful joke). Tonight, SlipKnot close the festival, yet there’s still a Puddle Of Mudd (again, sorry). ...

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Alien Weaponry release limited edition 7″ ahead of Download 2019 performance

New Zealand Maori metallers, Alien Weaponry, have announced they will be releasing a strictly limited 7″ vinyl including the tracks ‘Ahi Kā’ and ‘Blinded’. This is ahead of their Download Festival 2019 main stage set.  This will be limited to 400 units. This is the first new material released from Alien Weaponry since their debut Tu in 2018. This is what ...

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Watch SlipKnot perform ‘Unsainted’ and ‘All Out Of Life’ on Jimmy Kimmel Live

After unleashing the epic track that is ‘Unsainted’ on us, along with their shiny new masks, SlipKnot has performed the track on American talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live. The Iowa icons also performed single ‘All Out Of Life’ taken from the upcoming album We Are Not Your Kind. Check the videos out below: As you can agree Corey Taylor and ...

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Download Festival 2019: Epica, Elvana, NXT Stars & Side-Splitter Stage Added To Line-Up

Only a month to go until the world’s premier rock event, Download Festival, welcomes 100,000 fans to Donington Park. This year’s line-up is certainly one for the ages with headliners Slipknot, Def Leppard, and Tool – as well as legends such as Slash, Whitesnake, The Smashing Pumpkins, and the final UK performance of Slayer. If the already stacked card wasn’t ...

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