Killswitch Engage, Skindred, Joe Bonamassa Leading New Batch of Download 2014 Performers

artist: Download Festival date: 01/29/2014 category: general music news

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Killswitch Engage, Skindred, Joe Bonamassa Leading New Batch of Download 2014 Performers
Download Festival has announced 14 new bands for this year's festival including Killswitch Engage, Skindred and Joe Bonamassa. Check out the full list below.

This year's Download festival will take place at Donington Park, England between June 13th and 15th. Headliners for this year's event are Avenged Sevenfold, Aerosmith and Linkin Park, who will performing their "Hybrid Theory" album in full.

Also on the bill are Rob Zombie, The Offspring, Alter Bridge, Fall Out Boy and Status Quo.
  • Killswitch Engage
  • Skindred
  • The Pretty Reckless
  • September Mourning
  • American Head Charge
  • The Used
  • Joe Bonamassa
  • Crazytown
  • Quicksand
  • Kill Devil Hill
  • Emmure
  • King 810
  • Upon a Burning Body
  • Anathema
  • The Charm the Fury
  • Coldrain
  • Sabaton
  • New Politics
  • Malevolence
  • Polar
  • Heart in Hand
  • Lyger
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