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Bloodstock Add 10 More Bands To 2021 Line-Up

Next year’s Bloodstock Open Air is getting ever bigger…

Bloodstock have expanded their line-up for 2021 – adding five new bands to the bill, and confirming five more who were scheduled to play this year’s festival.

Exhumed, Necrot, Idle Hands, Viscera and Savage Master have all been rebooked for Bloodstock 2021, while the newbies on the the Sophie Lancaster Stage are Noctem, Deified, Agrona, Garganjua and King Goat.

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This next wave join headliners Devin Townsend (Friday), Mercyful Fate (Saturday) and Judas Priest (Sunday), plus the likes of Dimmu Borgir, Skindred, Paradise Lost, Life Of Agony and Bury Tomorrow.

It is with sinister pleasure Mercyful Fate will finally bring the Devil himself to Bloodstock summer 21,” announced Mercyful Fate frontman King Diamond. We cannot wait and neither can he. It’s gonna be dark as hell.”

UK! After our triumphant London show this January, we will be back at your shores next year. See you at Bloodstock in August 2021!” added Dimmu Borgir.

Check out the full line-up below, and see more information over at

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