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In Pictures: The Rock And Metal Of Glastonbury Festival 2019

Take a look at all the rock and metal of this year’s Glastonbury festival

And so another Glastonbury festival is in the books. The Worthy Farm weekender is done for another 12 months, giving us all time to recover from BABYMETAL’s surprise addition and Miley Cyrus dropping a Metallica cover.

This year’s Glastonbury hosted hundreds of bands from around the world, celebrating every genre imaginable, but our attention was placed firmly at the heavier end of the spectrum. IDLES delivered a life-affirming set that pretty much won the weekend, Gojira proved that metal firmly belongs in the Eavis compound and Bring Me The Horizon continued their utter domination of every stage they care to walk on to.

Here’s just a glimpse of that action in picture form, also including snaps of Amyl And The Sniffers, Venom Prison, Scarlxrd, The Damned and Employed To Serve.

Amyl And The Sniffers at Glastonbury
Glastonbury crowd
Bring Me The Horizon at Glastonbury
Bring Me The Horizon at Glastonbury
Bring Me The Horizon at Glastonbury
Employed To Serve at Glastonbury
Employed To Serve at Glastonbury
Crowd at Glastonbury
Gojira at Glastonbury
Idles at Glastonbury
Idles at Glastonbury
Idles at Glastonbury
Idles at Glastonbury
Scarlxrd at Glastonbury
The Damned at Glastonbury
Venom Prison at Glastonbury
Venom Prison at Glastonbury
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