Daniel P Carter and Mike Davies at Download 4.00pm Radio 1
Daniel P Carter and Mike Davies have access-all-areas for this three-hour extravaganza of heavy metal from the festival formerly known as Monsters of Rock. Download at Donington Park started in 2003, with headliners Iron Maiden and Audioslave setting the standard for what has become the big weekend in every headbanger's diary. Prepare for a distinct absence of any acoustic whimsy as the likes of Slipknot, Korn, Dragonforce, Five Finger Death Punch (the housewives' choice) and more than a hundred other acts send the 80,000-strong sea of denim into unimaginable of states of euphoria. (Tony Peters)
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