Bloodstock Open Air 2020 organisers have added a further seven bands to the 20th anniversary metal extravaganza.
Headlining the Sophie Lancaster Stage on Sunday 9th August are Connecticut rockers Hatebreed, who release their new album via Nuclear Blast this spring.
Making their inaugural appearance at Catton Park are Bury Tomorrow. They play the Ronnie James Dio Stage on the Saturday, the same day fellow new additions Sylosis and Toxic Holocaust also play.
Elsewhere, Winterfylleth, Exhumed and Necrot have all been added to the Sophie Lancaster Stage line-up.
Bury Tomorrow said of their slot: “We're really excited! Bloodstock is known for showcasing the best bands in the genre, so we're genuinely honoured to be involved in 2020. See you in August!”
Winterfylleth enthuse: “We have been fortunate enough to have been asked back to perform at the festival on a number of occasions since our early days, and it has always felt like coming home when we do.”
Headlined by Devin Townsend (Friday), Behemoth (Saturday) and Judas Priest (Sunday), Bloodstock Open Air takes place at Catton Park in Derbyshire from Thursday 6th to Sunday 9th August 2020.
Also on the blockbuster line-up across the weekend are Saxon, Skindred, Diamond Head, Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals, Paradise Lost, Life Of Agony, Black Dahlia Murder, Jinjer, Vio-Lence, Sacred Reich, Gloryhammer, Dark Tranquility, Butcher Babies, Cattle Decapitation, Bloodywood, Memoriam, Ramage Inc, Green Lung, Bossk, Conjurer, Orange Goblin, The Night Flight Orchestra and Unleash The Archers.
Weekend tickets to Bloodstock are on sale from Planet Rock Tickets right now. A limited number of day tickets will go on sale later in the year.