ZWAN GET DOWNLOADED!

Billy Corgan's new band make their UK festival debut...

ZWAN GET DOWNLOADED!
ZWAN are to make their debut UK festival appearance at the two-day DOWNLOAD FESTIVAL, NME.COM can reveal.


The bands will appear at Donington Park for the two-day event on May 31 and June 1. Other acts just confirmed are Slipknotside projects Murderdolls and Stone Sour, InMe, Ministry, Iron Maiden, Disturbed and (hed) Planet Earth.


Headlining the event will be [a][/a], making their only UK appearance of the summer, and Limp Bizkit who will be debuting tracks from their forthcoming album 'Bipolar'. Also appearing on the main stage are Audioslave, Deftonesand Marilyn Manson.


The line-ups for the other two stages will be confirmed over the next few weeks.


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