Rock band to play only UK show at Knebworth Sonisphere 2014 show

17:04 12 May 2014

Metallica headlining Sonisphere 2009 at Knebworth House [Picture: PG Brunelli]

Metallica headlining Sonisphere 2009 at Knebworth House [Picture: PG Brunelli]


A well-known Finnish rock band is to play its only UK show this year at Sonisphere Festival.

HIM will play the Knebworth show over the weekend of July 4-6, playing hits such as Buried Alive by Love and Wicked Game.

Bands such as Comeback Kid, Sweet Savages and October File have also been added to the bill.

Headliners The Prodigy, Metallica and Iron Maiden have already been confirmed.

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