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HECK, Jane’s Addiction, Bury Tomorrow and more for Download 2016

Thirty six more bands have been added to the lineup for Download 2016 including Bury Tomorrow, Muncie Girls, Slaves (U.S.) and HECK.

Sixx:A.M., As Lions, One OK Rock, Turbowolf, Monster Truck, Zoax, Anti-Flag, Escape The Fate, NOFX and Jane’s Addiction have also been added to the bill.

Black Peaks, Alien Ant Farm, SHVPES, Graveyard and Amon Amarth will also be at Donington Park over the weekend (playing music, not just having a lovely time in the sun).

They join headliners Rammstein, Iron Maiden and Black Sabbath with appearances from Deftones, Neck Deep, Billy Talent, Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes, Beartooth, Architects, Milk Teeth, Twin Atlantic, The Amity Affliction and Ghost also set for the weekend.

Download Festival takes place 10th – 12th June. Tickets are on sale now.

The full list of the 36 names added to Download is as follows:

Sixx A.M., Amon Amarth, NOFX, Jane’s Addiction, Graveyard, Bury Tomorrow, Alien Ant Farm, As Lions, One OK Rock, Periphery, Grand Magnus, Whiskey Myers, HECK, ZOAX, Hill Valley High, Anti-Flag, Escape The Fate, Danko Jones, Turbowolf, Black Peaks, SHVPES, Electric Wizard, The King Is Blind, Kadaver, Municipal Waste, Cane Hill, Slaves (US), Wage War, Palisades, Reining Days, Strange Bones,Good Tiger, Ashestoangels, The Kenneths, Muncie Girls.

And here’s a fancy poster.


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