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Bloodstock Adds More Bands To The 2013 Lineup

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The organizers of the Bloodstock festival have checked in with the following announcement about confirming more bands for this year's edition:

"Here at Bloodstock HQ we are excited to announce a whole batch of new additions for all three stages. There’s only seven weeks left to the most metal weekend of the year!! Have you got your tickets yet?!

"Opening Friday’s main stage, and fresh off the back of the release of ‘IV’, their first album in ten years, are British post metallers, Earthzone 9. The band are stoked to find their way to Catton Park’s hallowed ground, commenting 'Earthtone 9 have never played Bloodstock, so we could not be more excited! It's one of our only gigs this year, so we are truly going to make the most of it. There may well be some drinking!' You can pick up a free download of their single, ‘Horizon’s End’ at this location.

"On Sunday’s Sophie Lancaster stage, Sacred Mother Tongue get added. Having received huge plaudits for their second album, ‘Out of the Darkness’, and live shows, the Northampton based band are building quite the name for themselves. Check out the video for ‘A Light Will Shine’, here.

"Also added to the Sunday Sophie stage line up are relentless road dogs, Breed 77. Bound to deliver a pummeling performance, these energetic Gibraltan bruisers are sure to bust out some new tunes from their latest album ‘The Evil Inside’, which was released in March.

"A whole raft of acts are also set to grace the Jagermeister stage. This stage is perfectly placed in the main arena with massive passing crowd pull due to its placement, and time slots are arranged to capitalize on main stage changeovers. Performances show a different side to the artists’ repertoire, offering up new and old material with many venturing into cover version territory. Friday’s bill includes solo artist Mitchell Emms, medieval metallers Ravenage and 80’s-styled newcomer, Mia Klose. Saturday’s line up rolls out the inimitable Earls of Mars Stoke on Trent aggressors Balls Deep, and rowdy riffmeisters Cavorts, while Sunday’s features prog death metallers Betraeus, Sacred Mother Tongue’s shredmaster Andy James's Guitar Clinic, and the self-proclaimed 'progressive epic' outfit, Operation Error."

The lineup currently looks like:

Ronnie James Dio Stage

Slayer - Lamb Of God - King Diamond - Anthrax - Accept - Avantasia - Amorphis - Dark Funeral -
Devildriver - Sabaton - Voivod - Gojira - Municipal Waste - Exodus - Firewind - Fozzy - Kataklysm - Whitechapel - Ex Deo - Hell - Belphegor - Dying Fetus - 3 Inches Of Blood - Death Angel - Beholder - Gama Bomb - Earthtone 9

Sophie Lancaster Stage

Scar Symmetry - Last In Line - Wolfsbane - Pritchard Vs Dainton - Power Quest - Xerath - The Prophecy - Breed 77 - Sacred Mother Tongue - Bloodbound - Vanderbuyst - Scarab - Skiltron - Mael Mordha - Evil Scarecrow - Rsj - Gormathon - Xentrix - Grifter - Cypher 16 - Betraeus - Way Of Purity

New Blood Stage

Negligence - Fahran - Karybdis - Left Unscarred - Dishonour The Crown - Dieselking - Amulet - Merciless Terror - Rezinwolf - Prosperina - Mask Of Judas - Bound By Exile - Xii Boar - Kremated - The Infernal Sea - Fury

Jagermeister Stage

Mia Klose - Ravenage - Mitchell Emms - Cavorts - Balls Deep - Earls Of Mars - Operation Error - Andy James - Betraeus

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no one wants to see breed 77. Earthtone9 could be interesting

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