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Bury Tomorrow, Hatebreed And More Announced For Bloodstock 2020

Bloodstock adds a handful of new bands to its 2020 lineup, including Hatebreed and Bury Tomorrow

Seven bands have been added to this year’s Bloodstock festival.

Headlining the Sophie Lancaster stage will be Bloodstock favourites and hardcore legends, Hatebreed.

Over on the main stage, Bury Tomorrow will make their Catton Park debut.

“We’re really excited!” say the band. “Bloodstock are known for showcasing the best bands in the genre, so we’re genuinely honoured to be involved in 2020. See you in August!”

Sylosis will also join Bury Tomorrow on the Saturday, making their return to Bloodstock for the first time in ten years. Both bands have new albums due this year.

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Toxic Holocaust are also playing the main stage at this year’s Bloodstock festival.

British black metallers Winterfylleth have been announced for the Sophie Lancaster stage on Saturday, who last played the metal weekender back in 2017.

“We have been fortunate enough to have been asked back to perform at the festival on a number of occasions since our early days, and it has always felt like coming home when we do,” say the band.

Californian bruisers Exhumed and Necrot will also play the Sophie stage across the weekend.

Bloodstock takes place at Catton Park, Derbyshire, on August 6-9 and features Devin Townsend, Judas Priest, Behemoth, Skindred, Paradise Lost and more. Get your tickets here.

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Posted on January 15th 2020, 11:00am
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