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Limp Bizkit and Gallows added to Sonsiphere bill
Nu-metal stalwarts Limp Bizkit and punk band Gallows are among the latest acts to be added to the Sonisphere Festival.
The electric guitar bands will be joined at the event by other new additions such as Kids in Glass Houses, Inme, One Minute Silence and Darkest Hour.
This year's bash will mark Limp Bizkit's return to Sonisphere after a successful show at the festival in 2009, with the group set to take to the Apollo Stage on the Sunday night of the event.
Fans can look forward to some of their old hits, such as Rollin', Break Stuff and My Way, interspersed with new tracks from their forthcoming Gold Cobra album.
The bill for Sonisphere, which is happening between July 8th and 10th at Knebworth House, is starting to take shape and a host of electric-guitar heavyweights have been booked to attend.
On the opening night of the festival, Metallica are set to headline, with support coming from fellow rockers Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax.
There will be a more indie feel to Saturday night, with Weezer and Biffy Clyro scheduled to play sets, while the event will be closed on Sunday by Slipknot.
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Posted on 15 Feb 2011 16:00 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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