Final headliner for Download 2006 revealed

Another rock giant joins the party

Final headliner for Download 2006 revealed
Tool have been confirmed as the final headliners for the Download 2006 festival.

The band will join the already announced Guns N’ Roses and Metallica at the top of the bill for the summer event, which is set to take place at Donington Park between June 9-11.

Tool will close proceedings on Friday (June 9), Metallica play Saturday while the returning Guns N’ Roses close the bash on the Sunday.

Other bands just added include Soulfly, Cradle Of Filth, Stone Sour, Arch Enemy, 36 Crazyfists, Soilwork, Eighteen Visions, Aiden, bloodsimple and To My Surprise.

Bands who have already confirmed include Korn, The Prodigy, Deftones, Clutch, Trivium and Bullet For My Valentine, Lucuna Coil, InMe, Hatebreed and Within Temptation.

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