You Me At Six, All Time Low and more join Sonisphere line-up

Sum 41 and House Of Pain also join Knebworth Park line-up

You Me At Six, All Time Low and more join Sonisphere line-up
You Me At Six, All Time Low and Sum 41 are among the new names added to the bill for this year's Sonisphere Festival.

The festival, which takes place on July 8-10 at Knebworth Park, will be headlined by Biffy Clyro, Metallica and Slipknot.

Also added to the line-up are rap legends House Of Pain and Swedish doom metallers Arch Enemy, as well as Grinspoon, Fozzy and Periphery

See Sonispherefestivals.com for more information.

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

The Sonisphere Festival line-up so far is:

Airbourne
All Time Low
Anthrax
Arch Enemy
Architects
Biffy Clyro
Diamond Head
Fozzy
Gallows
Gojira
Grinspoon
House Of Pain
In Flames
InMe
Kids In Glass Houses
Limp Bizkit
Mastodon
Megadeth
Metallica
Motorhead
One Minute Silence
Parkway Drive
Periphery
Protest The Hero
Sisters Of Mercy
Slayer
Slipknot
Sum 41
Weezer
Volbeat
You Me At Six

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