Download adds 38 new bands to 2015 lineup

Butcher Babies 2015

Download have added 38 new bands to the 2015 festival bill.

Among the additional acts announced this morning are Butcher Babies, Cavalera Conspiracy, Blackberry Smoke, Allusondrugs, Hey!Hello!, Sylosis and New Years Day.

Heidi Shepherd of Butcher Babies said of the news: “Oh shit!!! Holler!!! Can’t wait to return to Donington Park with the craziest lunatics I know!”

Says Cavalera Conspiracy’s Max Cavalera: “I’m excited to return to Download with Cavalera Conspiracy – I promise you the most brutal show ever.”

Weekend tickets for the festival are on sale now via the official Download website, with day tickets going on sale for the first time this Friday 27th February at 9am.

The new bands join the likes of headliners Slipknot, Muse and Kiss, Judas Priest, Faith No More, Motley Crue and many more besides. This year’s event takes place at Donington Park between the 12th-14th June.

The complete list of new bands announced today is:

A, Aaron Keylock, Allusondrugs, American Fangs, Apocalyptica, Beartooth, Blackberry Smoke, Butcher Babies, Cavalera Conspiracy, Code Orange, Counterparts, Crobot, Dead Daises, Decade, Dolomite Minor, Emp!re, Fightstar, Ghost Town, God Damn, Heart Of A Coward, Hey! Hello!, Hyena, Iconic Eye, In Hearts Wake, Insomnium, Love Zombies, Modestep, New Years Day, The One Hundred, The Pink Slips, Pop Evil, Purson, Roam, Rival State, Sirens In The Delta, The Sword, Sylosis, Trash Boat.

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