Mastodon, A Day To Remember, Volbeat, Etc. Added To 2022 UK Download Festival

More bands have been added to the 2022 UK Download Festival. The event is scheduled to take place at Donington Park on June 10-12 and the updated daily lineups can be found below.

June 10:

Main Stage:

KISS
A Day To Remember
Black Veil Brides
Bury Tomorrow
Theory Of A Deadman
Wayward Sons

Second Stage:

The Distillers
Airbourne
Lacuna Coil
Myles Kennedy & Company
Ayron Jones

Avalanche Stage:

The Ghost Inside
Sleep Token
Normandie
Meet Me @ The Altar
Gender Roles
Press Club

The Dogtooth Stage:

Electric Wizard
Blues Pills
British Lion
Bokassa
Tempt
A.A. Williams
Dead Poet Society
Cellar Door Moon Crow
The Scratch
JJ Wilde

June 11:

Main Stage:

Iron Maiden
Deftones
Shinedown
The Pretty Reckless
Black Label Society
Monster Truck
Those Damn Crows
The Raven Age

Second Stage:

Megadeth
Mastodon
Daughtry
Bush
Code Orange
Ice Nine Kills
Malevolence
Cassyette

Avalanche Stage:

Funeral For A Friend
Creeper
The Faim
Grandson
Holding Absence
Loathe
Dragged Under
Salem
Blackout Problems

The Dogtooth Stage:

Sepultura
Obituary
Dying Fetus
Bleed From Within
Venom Prison
Higher Power
Joyous Wolf
Dead Label
Death Blooms
Temples On Mars

June 12:

Main Stage:

Biffy Clyro
Korn
Volbeat
Rise Against
Powerwolf
Wargasm

Second Stage:

Steel Panther
The Darkness
Skillet
Baroness
Tremonti
Of Mice & Men
Wednesday 13
Massive Wagons
The Last Internationale
Control The Storm

Avalanche Stage:

Descendents
Boston Manor
Trash Boat
Marianas Trench
Jamie Lenman
The Hara
Cemetery Sun
Dead Posey
Static Dress

The Dogtooth Stage:

Myles Kennedy (acoustic set)
Twin Temple
Spiritbox
Fire From The Gods
Kill The Lights
Modern Error
Thick
Phoxjaw
Anchor Lake
As Everything Unfolds
The Injester

As I Lay Dying, Bury Tomorrow, Emmure, Etc. Set For 2022 Impericon Festivals

The initial artists have been revealed for next year’s Impericon Festivals. They include: As I Lay Dying, Bury Tomorrow, Neaera, Emmure, Any Given Day, Your Demise, Ghostkid, Fit For A King, Landmvrks, and Watch Out Stampede. Here’s the dates:

04/16 Vienna, AUT – Arena
04/17 Zurich, SWI – Xtra
04/22 Munich, GER – Zenith
04/23 Leipzig, GER – Halle Eins
04/24 Oberhausen, GER – Turbinenhalle

Lamb Of God, Mercyful Fate, Dimmu Borgir, Etc. Set For 2022 Bloodstock Open Air Festival

The first set of bands have been revealed for next year’s Bloodstock Open Air festival. The event will take place at Catton Park in Derbyshire, UK on August 11-14, 2022 and it will feature: Lamb Of God, Mercyful Fate, Dimmu Borgir, Testament, Bury Tomorrow, Vio-lence, Philip H. Anselmo And The Illegals, Sacred Reich, GWAR, Exodus, The Black Dahlia Murder, Static-X, Heathen, Bloodywood, Life Of Agony, The Night Flight Orchestra, and Butcher Babies.

Bury Tomorrow Part Ways With Guitarist/Vocalist Jason Cameron

Bury Tomorrow have parted ways with guitarist/vocalist Jason Cameron. A replacement has yet to be revealed.

The band issued the following statement:

“The past 18 months have been challenging for everyone. The music industry in particular has been completely turned on its head. We’ve had a lot of time to reflect individually on what we want out of life and more so out of Bury Tomorrow. During this time of reflection it has become apparent that we aren’t all on the same page and haven’t been for some time.

We’re so proud of everything we have achieved so far as a 5 and are immensely grateful to everyone who has supported us along the way but after many discussions, ourselves and Jason have agreed that in order to progress how we all intend, we will be parting ways.

We know whatever Jase goes on to do next, he will bring the same love and passion he brought to Bury Tomorrow.

We are excited to see what this new chapter of Bury Tomorrow has in store for us. We hope your love and support will continue and we cannot wait to see the Team BT faithful at our upcoming shows.”

Bury Tomorrow, August Burns Red, Miss May I, And Thornhill Reschedule European/UK Tour For 2022

Bury Tomorrow, August Burns Red, Miss May I, and Thornhill have officially announced the rescheduled dates for their European/UK tour. The trek is now set to take place in 2022.

Tour Dates:

10/21 Brighton, UK – Chalk
10/22 Southampton, UK – O2 Guildhall
10/23 Glasgow, UK – SWG3 Galvanisers
10/25 Newcastle, UK – Northumbria Uni
10/26 Leeds, UK – Beckett Students Union
10/28 Manchester, UK – O2 Ritz
10/29 Birmingham, UK – O2 Institute
10/30 Bristol, UK – O2 Academy
10/31 Norwich, UK – UEA
11/02 London, UK – Electric Ballroom
11/03 London, UK – Electric Ballroom
11/05 Brussels, BEL – Ancienne Belgique
11/06 Eindhoven, NET – Effenaar
11/08 Frankfurt, GER – Batschkapp
11/10 Hamburg, GER – Markthalle
11/11 Berlin, GER – Huxleys Neue Welt
11/12 Leipzig, GER – Felsenkeller
11/13 Warsaw, POL – Proxima
11/14 Prague, CZE – Meet Factory
11/16 Budapest, HUN – Durer Kert
11/17 Budapest, HUN – Durer Kert
11/18 Nuremburg, GER – Lowensaal
11/19 Stuttgart, GER – LKA Longhorn
11/20 Paris, FRA – Le Cabaret Sauvage
11/23 Munich, GER – Backsage Werk
11/24 Luxembourgh, LUX – Rockhal Club
11/25 Cologne, GER – Live Music Hall
11/26 Munster, GER – Skaters Palace

Bury Tomorrow, August Burns Red, Miss May I, And Thornhill Announce Fall 2021 European/UK Tour

Bury Tomorrow, August Burns Red, Miss May I, and Thornhill have announced a European/UK tour. The trek will take place in fall 2021.

Tour Dates:

11/12 Brighton, UK – Chalk
11/13 Southampton, UK – O2 Guildhall
11/14 Newcastle, UK – Northumbria UNI
11/15 Glasgow, UK – SWG3
11/17 Leeds, UK – Beckett SU
11/19 Manchester, UK – O2 Ritz
11/20 Birmingham, UK – Institute
11/21 Bristol, UK – O2 Academy
11/22 Norwich, UK – UEA
11/24 London, UK – Electric Ballroom
11/25 London, UK – Electric Ballroom
11/26 Paris, FRA – Le Cabaret Sauvage
11/27 Brussels, BEL – Ancienne Belgique
11/28 Eindhoven, NET – Effenaar
11/29 Luxembourg, LUX – Rockhal
12/01 Prague, CZE – Meet Factory
12/02 Berlin, GER – Huxleys
12/03 Hamburg, GER – Docks
12/04 Leipzig, GER – Felsenkeller
12/05 Warsaw, POL – Proxima
12/06 Bratislava, SLO – MMC
12/08 Budapest, HUN – Durer Kert
12/09 Budapest, HUN – Durer Kert
12/10 Nuremburg, GER – Lowensaal
12/11 Stuttgart, GER – LKA Longhorn
12/12 Lyon, FRA – Ninkasi Kao
12/15 Munich, GER – Backstage Werk
12/16 Frankfurt, GER – Batschkapp
12/17 Cologne, GER – Live Music Hall
12/18 Munster, GER – Skaters Palace

Impericon Festival Dates Rescheduled For April 2021

The Impericon Festivals have been postponed once again due to the coronavirus pandemic. The shows will now take place in April 2021 and the following artists will perform on select dates: As I Lay Dying, Eskimo Callboy, Bury Tomorrow, Thy Art Is Murder, Neaera, Lionheart, Your Demise (10th anniversary of “The Kids We Used To Be…”), Jinjer, Annisokay, Kaiba, Landmvrks, Watch Out Stampede, and Orbit Culture. Here’s the new dates:

04/02 Wien, AUT – Arena
04/03 Leipzig, GER – Messe Hall
04/04 Zurich, SWI – Xtra
04/10 Munich, GER – Zenith
04/11 Oberhausen, GER – Turbinenhalle

Bury Tomorrow Premiere “Better Below” Music Video

Bury Tomorrow have premiered a new video for their new song “Better Below.” This track is from the band’s new album “Cannibal,” which will be released on July 3. Dani Winter-Bates commented:

“It’s about how hiding your symptoms often makes them worse. This song is about appearing as the version of yourself that you want people to see you as. I feel like I’m getting to a point where the ‘me’ I show people is the real me, but there was a large portion of my life where I couldn’t do this.”

2020 Impericon Festival Dates Rescheduled For September

The 2020 Impericon Festivals have officially been rescheduled after previously being postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The shows will now take place in September and the following artists will perform on select dates: As I Lay Dying, Eskimo Callboy, Bury Tomorrow, Neaera, Lionheart, Your Demise (10th anniversary of “The Kids We Used To Be…”), Jinjer, The Plot In You, Annisokay, Our Hollow Our Home, Kaiba, Landmvrks, Watch Out Stampede, Une Misère, Thousand Below, and Orbit Culture. Here’s the new dates:

09/05 Oberhausen, GER – Turbinenhalle
09/06 Munich, GER – Zenith
09/11 Zurich, SWI – X-tra
09/12 Leipzig, GER – Messe
09/13 Wien, AUT – Arena Wien

Bury Tomorrow Reportedly Delay New Album To July

According to product listings on Apple Music and Amazon, Bury Tomorrow’s new album “Cannibal” is now set to be released on July 3. The record was originally set to be released on April 3.

The group don’t appear to have commented on the album delay, but they did issue a statement about their various events being postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic:

“Hey guys,

As you are all probably very aware by now, the Corona Virus has led to many difficulties for everyone, and sadly our industry was always going to take a serious hit.

All in-store signings and release shows we had planned in April are now postponed until a later date. We are working hard with our team and the many variables involved to reschedule these dates for later in the year, more information on that will be provided as soon as we confirm new dates. All current tickets will remain valid and we WILL celebrate this record together!

All five of us are absolutely gutted by this.. the last year of our lives have been building towards the release of Cannibal and we were so excited to celebrate with as many of you in person as possible. But the real priority here is all of our collective health, and as human beings we have a responsibility to take this as seriously as we can.

Stay safe everyone, keep smiling and look out for each other!

Jason, Dav, Dan, Kristan & Adam“

[via Lambgoat]