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Download Day two, calm on the weather front while the bands whipped up a storm.  Our team are having a great time seeing loads of bands, listening to new music and catching the bands we love.

Day two looked like this:

Images in order Fever, Being as an Ocean, May Day Parade, Neck Deep, Sleep Token, The Faim, The Main, Thy Art Is Murder.

Images: Chris Bowley

 

Acts for Download 2018 include

MARILYN MANSON, BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE

PARKWAY DRIVE, RISE AGAINST, BABYMETAL

ALEXISONFIRE, BLACK VEIL BRIDES, ASKING ALEXANDRIA

NECK DEEP, MESHUGGAH, IN THIS MOMENT

THE HIVES, BODY COUNT FT. ICE T, MAYDAY PARADE

DREAM STATE, WSTR, THE PINK SLIPS

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