Seether, Black Stone Cherry, New Model Army also join bill

Glassjaw, Hundred Reasons and Skindred are among the new additions to this summer’s Sonisphere festival.

The festival takes place at Knebworth Park on July 6-8 and will be headlined by Kiss, Faith No More and Queen with Adam Lambert.

Glassjaw will perform their classic 2002 album ‘Wordship & Tribute’ in its entirety during their set, while Hundred Reasons will play their 2001 debut album ‘Ideas Above Our Station’ from start to finish during their slot.

Also joining the festival’s bill are Black Stone Cherry, Crowbar, Alestorm, The Getaway Plan, Electric Wizard, New Model Army, Kvelertak and Seether.

The new additions join a bill which already includes Refused, Marilyn Manson, Evanescence, The Darkness and The Blackout.

See Sonispherefestivals.com for more information about the event.

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The Sonisphere Festival line-up so far is:

Kiss
Queen
Faith No More
Tim Minchin
Andrew WK
Alestorm
Black Stone Cherry
The Blackout
Crowbar
Cypress Hill
Electric Wizard
Evanescence
Fields Of The Nephilim
Flogging Molly
The Getaway Plan
Ghost
Glassjaw
Gojira
Hundred Reasons
I Killed The Prom Queen
Incubus
Katatonia
Kvelertak
Lacuna Coil
Marilyn Manson
Mastodon
New Model Army
Refused
Seether
Skindred
Switchfoot
The Darkness
Within Temptation
Wolfmother