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A total of 12 new bands have been added to next year’s Bloodstock line-up – including Jinjer, Hatebreed, Sleep Token, EyeHateGod and Lorna Shore. Huge!
A year’s delay, last-minute line-up changes and a month-long isolation for a headliner couldn’t stop Bloodstock. Here’s how hard times only made Britain’s best metal fest stronger…
Two out of three headliners have been announced for next year’s Bloodstock – Lamb Of God and Mercyful Fate – with plenty of other bands also announced for the 2022 bill!
Bury Tomorrow state that it is “apparent that we aren’t all on the same page”, and therefore guitarist / vocalist Jason Cameron has left the band.
With some international bands unable to travel due to COVID-19, Bloodstock have announced several line-up changes…
Cradle Of Filth have replaced Dimmu Borgir on the Bloodstock 2021 bill, with the festival also making some new additions.
Evil Scarecrow – one of 19 new names for Bloodstock Open Air 2021 – are promising “the biggest, messiest, stupidest party yet…”
With 16 weekends until Bloodstock Open Air, the festival are continuing to add more bands to the bill…
Five more bands have been confirmed to join this summer’s Bloodstock Open Air.