Bloodstock Open Air 2014 Festival Highlights To Air On Scuzz TV This Weekend, More Bands Added To 2015 Edition

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Want to re-live some of the best bits of one of the highlights of 2014? Or alternatively, if you missed it first time around, want a taster of what occurred at Bloodstock Open Air 2014? Whichever category you fall into, we recommend you tune into Scuzz this weekend for the best of the action from Bloodstock 2014 as Scuzz hosts the highlights with a two part special hosted by BBC Radio One Rock Show host Dan Carter.

The first instalment will be broadcast tonight (Friday 3rd of October 2014) at 9pm with the second part airing tomorrow (Saturday 4th of October). Tune in to see highlights from 2014 BOA headliners Down, Emperor and Megadeth as well as Hatebreed, Lacuna Coil, Evil Scarecrow, Carcass and loads more. Here’s a trailer for the forthcoming Scuzz coverage:

You can check out the first part of Rock Sins’ Bloodstock 2014 coverage right here (parts 2 and 3 to be forthcoming shortly). Plans for the 2015 instalment of Bloodstock Open Air are well underway with Within Temptation already confirmed as Saturday night headliners along with their special guests in the shape of Opeth. Three more very impressive bands have just been confirmed for the 2015 event as well in the shape of Emperor frontman Ihsahn with his critically acclaimed solo project, Brazilian metal legends Sepultura and American masters of death metal Cannibal Corpse. Dozens more bands will join these five over the next few weeks and months.

Anyone who wants to snap up an early bird ticket for the reduced price of £120 can do so from the BOA ticket shop at Seetickets on the following link – The 2015 edition of Bloodstock will take place from the 6th – 9th of August 2015 at it’s usual home of Catton Hall in Derbyshire.

Further updates about Bloodstock are forthcoming so keep your eyes peeled and stay tuned!

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