In the run-up to this year’s Bloodstock festival why not get an early injection of some metal mayhem by heading to 53 Degrees tonight.
Heavy music legends Soulfly head the bill with support from Preston’s progressive death metal outfit Nihilism Incarnate.
NI competed in the Battle of the Bands competition at Preston’s Blitz club last month, which was won by fellow Preston band All Consumed.
All Consumed, along with Carnforth’s Massive Wagons, are already on the bill for the Derbyshire Bloodstock festival, which takes place from August 7-10 .
The UK’s biggest independent METAL festival features more than 100 international rock and metal acts across four stages, as well as other attractions including a huge international metal market, late night entertainment in the Sophie Lancaster Tent, fairground rides and real ale tents.
This year see’s Bloodstock’s co-founder, renowned fantasy artist, Paul Raymond Gregory launching a major art exhibition christened the Rock and Metal (RAM) Gallery featuring original Bloodstock Festival artwork plus a wide range of Paul’s album art.