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Our Picks For 2015’s Festival Headliners

Trying to deal with post-festival-season-blues, we’ve come up with our picks for next year’s headliners.

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With 2014’s festival season over, we’re looking forward to next year already. To help us get through the wait, we’ve gone through the rumours and upcoming releases to give you our picks of who could headline some of the major UK festivals in 2015.

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Source: BMTH Facebook/Instagram

Source: BMTH Facebook/Instagram

Bring Me The Horizon

With the band still riding high on the massive success of 2013’s Sempiternal and a huge show at Wembley Arena coming up at the end of this year, is it possible that the unlikely lads from Yorkshire could be Friday’s main stage headliners next year? They might seem more suited as second stage headliners, but nothing would surprise us anymore.

Source: Promo


Frontman Corey Taylor seems to find his way to the festival every year in one band or another. They headlined in 2013 despite having no new material on offer, so with them touring the US around the release of the hugely anticipated new album .5: The Gray Chapter, next June could be the perfect time for them to make a trip to the UK. Especially with an almost sold out tour with KoRn leaving many fans disappointed that they wouldn’t see them!

Source: Facebook


Every year Download organisers like to book a Sunday headliner to please the older rock fan. The Australian hard rock legends have been making news for unfortunate reasons lately (Malcolm Young’s sad departure as a result of dementia), so perhaps new album Rock or Bust will give fans something positive to talk about, with a Download Festival headline slot the perfect way to top things off.

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