The rising metal act's fourth album, 'Conquering' will be released by Spinefarm Records on September 17.
The enigmatic alt-metal outfit have also shared new single, ‘Alkaline’.
The full bill for the event, expected to feature around 40 bands, will be unveiled tomorrow, May 28.
Airing on June 21 and 22, the two shows aim to present “the best Download headliner performances from the past 10 years.”
The UK’s biggest rock and metal festival has just got even bigger with the addition of 17 new bands.
Produced by Def Leppard's Phil Collen, 'Shock' was released via UMe on 8 March and has been widely acclaimed.
EODM touched down at the festival in support of their recent covers album, released by UMe on 7 June.
The renowned guitarist played with both Def Leppard and The Last In Line at this year's Download.
Tesla's Frank Hannon said, “It’s obvious when you see this festival crowd that people appreciate [Download] and love it.”
Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators, Whitesnake and Rob Zombie also feature on what is already shaping up to be a legendary bill.
That’s Not Metal
Guns N'Roses have been confirmed as the headliners for the Saturday night of the 2018 Download Festival in Derbyshire, UK
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