Napalm Death, Rolo Tomassi, The Plight added to Download 2010 line-up

They join headliners AC/DC, Rage Against The Machine and Aerosmith

Napalm Death, Rolo Tomassi, The Plight added to Download 2010 line-up
Napalm Death, Rolo Tomassi and The Plight are among the acts added to the Download Festival 2010 line-up.

Headlined by AC/DC, Rage Against The Machine and Aerosmith, other acts already confirmed for the event include the likes of Them Crooked Vultures, Deftones and Motorhead.

Other new additions to the bill include Switchfoot, 3 Inches Of Blood, The Virgin Marys, Sonic Syndicate, and Your Demise.

Meanwhile, The Used have announced that they will no longer be playing this year's event, with Napalm Death taking their 2nd Stage slot on June 13.

Download Festival 2010 takes place at Donington Park on June 11-13.

The full line up for Download Festival 2010, so far, is:

AC/DC
Rage Against The Machine
Aerosmith
Them Crooked Vultures
Deftones
Stone Temple Pilots
Wolfmother
Megadeth
Motörhead
Lamb Of God
Billy Idol
Five Finger Death Punch
Cinderella
Hell Yeah
Saxon
Taking Dawnratt
Dommin
Bullet For My Valentine
30 Seconds To Mars
Stone Sour
Coheed & Cambria
HIM
Airbourne
Skin
Suicidal Tendencies
Godsized
A Day To Remember
The Blackout
Steel Panter
36 Crazy Fists
Switchfoot
3 Inches Of Blood
The Virgin Marys
Kadawatha
Sonic Syndicate
TAB
Jim Jones Revue
Urban Voodoo Machine
Your Demise
Volbeat
Dillinger Escape Plan
Genitortures
The Morning After
Max Raptor
Killing For Company
Reckless Love
Ben Poole.
We Are The Fallen
August Burns Red
Rise To Remain
Job For A Cowboy
Y & T
Whitechapel
Unearth
Lawnmower Deth
Breed 77
Glamour Of The Kill
Revoker
Panic Cell
Straight Lines
Tiger Please
Funeral Party
The Humour
Imicus
T-34
Esoterica
The Dead Lay Waiting


To check the availability of Download Festival tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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