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EXODUS, DEATH ANGEL, 3 INCHES OF BLOOD And More Confirmed For Bloodstock


Exodus (2010) Seminal thrash titans, EXODUS join the main stage ranks at this year's hottest metal festival. Frontman Rob Dukes states: "We are stoked to be playing Bloodstock again. Last time we played, our set was unfortunately cut short because of timing issues. Not this year! We are going to destroy that place!!!!"

Also newly confirmed are thrash legends, DEATH ANGEL. Having celebrated the 25th anniversary of their debut album in 2012, frontman Mark Osegueda is excited to return to these shores in 2013, commenting: "I speak for all of us in DEATH ANGEL when I say it brings us so much excitement to announce that we are playing this year’s Bloodstock! This will be DEATH ANGEL's first festival appearance ever in the UK, and we plan on making a statement with this performance to assure that there will be many more to come! DEATH ANGEL’s first show across international waters was in the UK, so the place holds a very special place in our hearts! Expect a ferocious, high energy set Bloodstock punters! You have been warned! Ha!"

The Bloodstock overlords don’t only love classic Bay Area thrash. For those of you who prefer your metal fresh off the battlefield, Bloodstock are also delighted to welcome Canadian warriors, 3 INCHES OF BLOOD. Even on the other side of the festival site, you are sure to hear the glass-shattering tones of vocalist, Cam Pipes! Expect epic scenes!

Death metal trio DYING FETUS will also be stalking the stage at Bloodstock 2013. Hailing from Maryland, these US headbangers are not to be missed.

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    February 14, 2013

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