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Download Festival 2013 Adds More Than 30 New Bands To Lineup

Written by Mike Hohnen on January 16, 2013

One of the biggest festivals in the world, Download, has added an extra 30-odd bands to their ever-expanding 2013 lineup. Amongst those added are Limp Bizkit, who leaked all their tour deets recently, Jimmy Eat World, and southern hardcore legends Down.

As the list goes on, it takes a while before the big names peter out. Nu-Mmtal greats Korn will be performing, as well as Asking Alexandria, Motionless in White, and Young Guns, with Parkway Drive adding some Aussie flavour.

As told by NME, the gig takes place at the home of rock ‘n’ roll, Donington Park. Already confirmed for the fest are Mastodon, Iron Maiden, Rammstein, and Slipknot – so it’s going to be massive.

Download Festival takes place June 14 to 16.

Limp Bizkit
Jimmy Eat World
Asking Alexandria
Parkway Drive,
Motionless in White
Young Guns
Cancer Bats
Enter Shikari
Five Finger Death Punch
Walking Papers
Hardcore Superstar
Amon Amarth
Black Dogs
In this Moment
Last Witness.
The Hives
Heaven’s Basement
3 Doors Down.
Vision of Disorder
The Sword
Buffalo Summer.

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