Seven more bands for BLOODSTOCK’s Sophie Lancaster Stage!
Crash landing into Friday’s Sophie line-up are London-based metallers, I AM I. Fronted by ZP Theart (formerly of Dragonforce), I AM I are currently hard at work on their new album and follow up to their ‘Event Horizon’ debut. Check out their website at http://www.iamiofficial.com/ for video updates!
Also rocking up the bill are HANG THE BASTARD, the stoner groove road dogs who recently released second album, ‘Sex In the Seventh Circle’ via Century Media and opened for Corrosion of Conformity on their UK tour.
British thrash stalwarts RE-ANIMATOR grab themselves a slot too, after reforming in 2013 after a 20-year break.
Hard rock riff-monsters, FIRE RED EMPRESS also land a spot. You can listen to their recent ‘Paint Me The Devil’ EP over at http://fireredempress.
Last (for this announcement), but not least, Denmark’s HEXIS also bring their unique blend of hardcore and black metal doom to Friday’s line up. Friday is topped out by previously announced headliners, DELAIN!
Rock n’ roll tearaways JETTBLACK will be Saturday night’s main support to Sophie stage headliners, FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE. With their brand new album, ‘Disguises’ out this week, JETTBLACK are coming out all guns blazing with a bunch of fresh tunes! Check out some album clips over at http://www.jettblackuk.com/.
Irish metal three-piece, DEAD LABEL also join Sunday’s bill on the Sophie stage. Their new album, ‘Throne of Bones’ is set for release soon. Follow their news over at https://www.facebook.com/
BLOODSTOCK CLUB NIGHTS HEADING YOUR WAY
Don’t forget to pop along to one of the upcoming BLOODSTOCK club nights at one of the following venues:
Fri 10th April – Bournemouth Sound Circus
Fri 10th April – Ipswich Liquid & Envy
Fri 10th April – Newcastle The Globe
Fri 10th April – Plymouth Misfits
Sat 11th April – Birmingham Eddie’s Rock Bar
Fri 17th April – Nottingham Trent University Student Union
Fri 17th April – Middlesbrough SUMO
Sat 18th April – Coventry The Phoenix
Sat 18th April – Camberley Agincourt
Mon 20th April – Reading Sakura
Fri 24th April – Bristol Bierkeller
Sat 25th April – Cardiff Fuel
Sat 25th April – Sheffield The Corporation
Fri 1st May – Woking Schism
Fri 1st May – Stoke on Trent Bunker 13
Sat 2nd May – Norwich The Waterfront
Sat 2nd May – Edinburgh Studio 24
Fri 8th May – Portsmouth Edge of the Wedge
Fri 8th May – Newcastle The Globe
Fri 8th May – Manchester Alter Ego
Sat 9th May – Birmingham Eddie’s Rock Bar
Thu 14th May – Exeter Walkabout
Fri 15th May – Ipswich Liquid & Envy
Sat 23rd May – Liverpool The Krazyhouse
Fri 29th May – Bristol the Bierkeller
Fri 29th May – Cardiff Fuel
Sat 30th May – Sheffield The Corporation
LATE NIGHT ENTERTAINMENT
Don’t forget, once the bands have played each day, the after-hours entertainment in the big top Sophie Stage borders on legendary, so be sure to book your extra day off and rock up to Catton Park early on Thursday, pitch your tent and get your beer hat on in time for the evening’s fun. On Thursday night from 10.30pm, the Warm Up party will be in full swing, running through ‘til 3am. Come out, get fired up on the best metal from the house DJs, meet your fellow Bloodstockers and make new friends. Stay tuned for details on Thursday night’s party theme (in case you want to plan a splendid fancy dress outfit) in due course!
Lineup to date:
Ronnie James Dio stage
ROB ZOMBIE, TRIVIUM, WITHIN TEMPTATION OPETH, SABATON, BLACK LABEL SOCIETY SEPULTURA, CANNIBAL CORPSE, IHSAHN, ORANGE GOBLIN DEATH TA, NUCLEAR ASSAULT, 1349, DARK ANGEL, ARMORED SAINT BELPHEGOR, OVERKILL, ENSIFERUM, AGALLOCH, ENSLAVED, PRO PAIN, KORPIKLAANI, WOLF, NAPALM DEATH
Sophie Lancaster Stage
ARNOCORPS, DELAIN, FLESHGOD APOCALYPSE, GODFLESH BATALLION, MORDRED, DESTRAGE, ONSLAUGHT, CONAN, PLANET OF ZUES, BAST, LAWNMOWER DETH, OAF, ETHEREAL, SAILLE, PRITCHARD v’s DAINTON, REIGN OF FURY, METAPRISM, DESECRATION, RED RUM, I AM I, HANG THE BASTARD, RE-ANIMATOR, FIRE RED EMPRESS, HEXIS, JETBLACK, DEAD LABEL
Pick up your Bloodstock tickets or call the 24 hour ticket hotline on 0871 230 5584
6th to 9th August 2015
CATTON PARK, WALTON ON TRENT, DERBYSHIRE, DE12 8LN
The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. – Aristotle