uDiscover has recently teamed up with the headbanging heroes over at That’s Not Metal, a weekly podcast founded by former Metal Hammer Podcast hosts Terry “Beez” Bezer and Stephen Hill. Describing itself as “a statement of rebellion” that “pulls no punches”, That’s Not Metal raced to No.1 on the iTunes Music Podcast Charts and continues to bring metal fans the very best from the world of heavy music. In their latest podcast, they take a look at what’s in store at Download Festival 2017.
It’s one of the biggest weekends in the UK’s rock calendar, and on this week’s That’s Not Metal Podcast, Hill and Beez treat you to a premium-length special on everything you need ahead of Download Festival 2017. We run through every band on the festival’s main two stages, giving you a look at the best bands to see and the turds to avoid.
Looking at this year’s headliners, will System Of A Down be able to raise excitement a full 13 years since their last album release? Then there’s Biffy Clyro. Despite massive commercial and critical success, and a long-running history at Donington, plenty of folks on the internet are not happy about this year’s Saturday-night headliners, and so we ask: are Biffy Clyro the right band to be headlining Download? As for Sunday night: with so many bands providing false dawns on farewell tours, will this truly be Aerosmith’s last ever UK performance?
From metal to classic rock, from hardcore to stoner, from prog to pop-punk to… er… pirate metal, no stone is left unturned as TNM gives you the most comprehensive and hard-hitting look at Download Festival 2017.
Hosted by former Scuzz TV and Download Festival host Terry “Beez” Bezer and former Metal Hammer Podcast host Stephen Hill, That’s Not Metal is one of the world’s biggest rock and metal podcasts that brings you the very best bands, the most honest opinions and a boatload of laughs along the way. TNM is released every single Friday, with bonus episodes featuring interviews with the most interesting people in rock every single Tuesday.
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