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Bloodstock 2016 is officially over!



There are loads of people that we would like to thank, and apologise in advance for anyone we may have forgotten; but there were so many that made this whole thing happen.

Thanks to; James Loveday from The Distortion Project for hosting the MTM event, the Belfast metal community for voting for us throughout the heats, all the bands we played alongside to get to Bloodstock, and of course Simon Hall for choosing us to play the New Blood Stage.


We would like to sincerely thank all the Bloodstock staff and organisers who looked after us on the day, particularly "Ammo" for keeping us right, our techs on the day, the sound engineers, and anyone else involved in the running of the New Blood Stage.

We really appreciate all the radio stations, magazines, webzines, you tubers, photographers, that took time to chat with us; it was a lot of fun! Thanks to Andy Pennington for arranging!!!

It was also fantastic to see so many Irish bands leave their mark at Bloodstock - hails to Zlatanera, Rabid Bitch Of The North, Psykosis Thrash Metal, Ten Ton Slug and Two Tales of Woe - a credit to Irish metal!

Finally, a HUGE thank you to everyone that came to see us play, banged their head, crowd surfed, and bought some merch - you rock; and without you none of it would have been worthwhile.


Stay miserable...


THE CRAWLING

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