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Venom Prison, Napalm Death and more added to Bloodstock 2021 line-up

With 16 weekends until Bloodstock Open Air, the festival are continuing to add more bands to the bill…

Seven more bands have just been added to this summer’s Bloodstock Open Air line-up.

The mighty Venom Prison have announced a slot on the Ronnie James Dio main stage on the Friday of the festival, the band enthusing: Venom Prison are honoured to be invited to play at the legendary Bloodstock Festival again, having first appeared at the 2017 edition. This will be our first show in nearly two years since the world was shut down by the pandemic. We can’t wait to step out onstage again and cause utter destruction. See you in the pit.”

Read this: Venom Prison’s Larissa Stupar: The 10 songs that changed my life

Having recently signed to Century Media Records, the band announced in December that they’re writing a new album – the follow-up to Samsara – so fingers crossed they’ll be bringing fresh music with em, too…

Venom Prison join fellow heavyweights Napalm Death (who are replacing Bloodywood as Friday night headliners on the Sophie Lancaster Stage), Borstal, King Creature, Primitai, Terra IV and Internal Conflict. 

Check out the new, updated poster below:

Bloodstock Open Air 2021 April 20 poster update
Posted on April 20th 2021, 12:48p.m.
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