VEKTOR confirmed for the UK’s Bloodstock festival


Highly complex progressive sci-fi-themed metallers VEKTOR are among the latest bands to be confirmed for this year’s Bloodstock Open Air festival in the UK.

Taking place from August 11th – 14th at Catton Park in Derbyshire, the 2016 edition of Bloodstock sees VEKTOR joining a line-up which includes the likes of SLAYER, MASTODON, ANTHRAX, TWISTED SISTER, VENOM and more.  VEKTOR will be performing on Sunday, August 14th on the Sophie Lancaster Stage.

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VEKTOR‘s brand new album ‘Terminal Redux‘ is out now on CD, vinyl and digital platforms.  The album is the band’s third full-length release and their first ever concept album, further exploring the themes that first appeared in the title track from their previous album, 2011’s ‘Outer Isolation‘.

Get ‘Terminal Redux‘ now on CD and limited edition coloured vinyl in Europe at or in North America at

The album is also available now on iTunes at

Terminal Redux‘ was recorded between the band’s home studio and Panther Pro-Audio in Philadelphia, with additional mixing courtesy of Byron Filson at Villian Studios in Arizona.

View the album artwork, created by Adam Burke, at

Don’t miss VEKTOR on tour in Europe this summer:

Aug. 10 – Josefov, Czech Republic – Brutal Assault Festival
Aug. 12 – Leeuwarden, Netherlands – Into the Grave Festival
Aug. 14 – Derbyshire, UK – Bloodstock Open Air Festival
Aug. 16 – Dublin, Ireland – Voodoo Lounge
Aug. 17 – Manchester, UK – Star & Garter
Aug. 18 – London, UK – The Underworld
Aug. 19 – Tilburg, Netherlands – LittleDevil Bar
Aug. 20 – Mean, Belgium – Metal Mean Festival
Aug. 21 – Saint-Nolff, France – Motocultor Festival

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