Not content with a pretty ass-kicking roster so far, the UK’s Download Festival has announced 17 new acts overnight to give us their complete line-up, including the two remaining headliners on a couple of the smaller stages. Leading the pack is American rockers Black Stone Cherry, who are going to close the Encore Stage on
Download Festival 2013
Surely by now everyone has noticed that more and more awesome artists are starting to tour Down Under (regardless of what you’re into). Oh so often we’ve been forced to just accept that “due to unforeseen circumstances”, an artist we’ve all probably (by that stage) already paid to see, won’t be touring anymore. But it
Perth prog metallers Karnivool are among 49 new acts added to the UK’s already massive Download Festival lineup. Slated for 3 days from 14th June, the Donnington Park festival now counts Papa Roach, Gogol Bordello and Buckcherry among their number, joining the nearly 50 bands previously announced. Aussie lads Parkway Drive and Airbourne are also
For the first time since I became musically conscious, I have to say that I’m not upset to be missing Download Festival. What has been for so many years a Mecca for all those into rock ‘n’ roll has unveiled 7 new additions to its 2013 lineup, and for once I’m not jealous! Joining the
Widely viewed as the UK’s version of Soundwave, next year’s Download Festival is set to be mighty heavy.
Rock gods Iron Maiden have been confirmed today as the first headlining act locked in for next year’s Download Festival. Taking place at Donington Park, it will be 25 years since the band’s first headlining show at the venue.