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Download 2020: 9 Major Improvements made for this year’s festival – Road To Download 2020

As much as we all love Download Festival and have the time of our lives each year, there are always things we think they could maybe change in future festivals. Well, we said and they listened. Download is making some changes for 2020 and this is a comprehensive list of things that will make 2020 the best year yet. If ...

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Download 2020: KISS, Maiden and SOAD and many more announced

Doesn’t seem like last week since we left the hallowed ground of Castle Donington for the year’s Download, but we are already hyped for the 2020 festival already. 12, count them, 12 bands have already been announced this week, including headliners. Bands announced are: Friday headliners, glam-metal icons KISS – for their LAST EVER UK performance… Donington legends and heavy ...

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Download 2017: The Highlights

Another fantastic and historical year of Download Festival has sadly been and gone. It’s a bit like the rock and metal Christmas in a way. Think of this week as being a 7-day boxing day. For once we had very minimal rain (not great for goths and gingers like me!) but bringing an extra sheen to the weekend – plus ...

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Download 2017 begins, and will be one for the ages.

This year’s Download may be the most unpredictable and important yet. With live music being targetted by attacks earlier this year in Manchester, Rock AM Ring being evacuated, and not forgetting the Paris attacks in 2015. Security is being extra vigilant, which means we will be extra safe. No matter what happens – they can’t bring stop the Download crowd ...

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System Of A Down. Biffy Clyro. Aerosmith.

System Of A Down. Biffy Clyro. Aerosmith. Prophets Of Rage. Five Finger Death Punch. AFI. Alter Bridge. Mastodon. Sum 41. Rob Zombie. Slayer. Opeth. Good Charlotte. The Dead Daisies. Ministry. Airbourne. The names speak for themselves, and perhaps one of the more exciting names this year is Prophets Of Rage: an amalgamation of Rage Against The Machine, Public Enemy and ...

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Now hear ‘Chop Suey!’ in the style of Ghost

Earlier this week we brought you the video of Ten Second Songs’ interpretation of System Of A Down’s ‘Chop Suey!’ in 20 different styles including George Michael, Spice Girls, Tiesto, and of course Ghost. Now the man behind this YouTube channel, Anthony Vincent, has posted a version of the track entirely in the style of Swedish rockers Ghost. Check out ...

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Hear System Of A Down’s ‘Chop Suey’ sang in 20 different styles

Ten Seconds Songs is known for completely transforming how songs sound by vocalist Anthony Vincent. This time, nu-metal classic ‘Chop Suey!’ has been given the ’20 styles’ treatment – including lyrics sang in the style of MCR, Ghost, FNM, and even The Bee Gees. System Of a Down will headline Download Festival this June at Donington Park

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Download 2017: First bands announced

The wait is over, the first bands for Download Festival 2017 have been announced: Aerosmith Biffy Clyro  System Of A Down Other bands playing at the festival include@ Slayer Rob Zombie  Prophets Of Rage Five Finger Death Punch Motionless In White AFI Of Mice and Men Sleeping With Sirens Simple Plan The Story So Far Everytime I Die Fozzy All ...

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Top Ten Beards in Rock & Metal

Top Ten Beards in Rock & Metal As we all know, beards are the consummate symbol of manliness. To other men, a beard states you are rugged and tough, but also a deep thinker, and also a fantastic guy to share a beer with; to women it says that you are a gentleman and extremely sexually proficient. In rock and metal ...

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Reading and Leeds announce even MORE acts!

The festival announcements just keep getting better and better! The mighty Biffy Clyro have been announced as main stage headliners for Reading and Leeds Festival 2013! Also announced to be gracing the stage is iconic alt-rockers System Of A Down, who since their reformation back in 2010 have been a bit quiet, but they are sure to raise hell on ...

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