The first two episodes of "The Lowdown", the video podcast featuring the latest news about this year's Download festival, set to take place June 12-14 at Donington Park, United Kingdom, can be viewed below. Included are short interview clips with members of THE ANSWER, DUFF MCKAGAN'S LOADED, DIR EN GREY and TRIVIUM, among others.

The Download festival continues to take place at Donington Park, which has established itself as the original and "spiritual" home of all things rock since the first Monsters of Rock festival in 1980.

The benefit of Download festival at Donington Park in its seventh year is that it has enabled festival organizers to confirm some changes to the site layout, improving the festival experience of everyone attending this year. With the Download festival renowned worldwide for its excellent on site facilities and 24-hour entertainment, this year's event will more than ever reflect the recommendations from its fan base to make the festival bigger and better than ever.


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