The lineup for the 2015 Loudwire Music Festival just got a little more rocking! We're proud to announce a new wave of bands who are joining the lineup for the three-day music extravaganza. The event takes place at the Jam Ranch the weekend of June 26-28 just outside of Grand Junction, Colo.

Chevelle, All That Remains, Nothing More, HoobastankBobaflex and One, a Metallica tribute band, have all signed on to play the event, joining an already stellar lineup of bands that includes headliners Linkin Park, Rob Zombie and Weezer. Other previously announced acts include Halestorm, A Day to Remember and Hinder.

Loudwire's staff chose Chevelle's "Take Out the Gunman" as the best rock song of 2014. In addition, the band's La Gargola disc was among the year's best albums, also yielding the hits "Hunter Eats Hunter" and "An Island." Those songs fit in perfectly with such past favorites as "The Red," "Send the Pain Below," "Vitamin R" and "Face to the Floor."

All That Remains have stepped up their game with the new album The Order of Things, which has already yielded the steadily rising single "This Probably Won't End Well." Look for the track fitting in a set that will likely feature favorites like "Stand Up," "What If I Was Knocking" and "The Last Time."

Nothing More proved to be one of 2014's breakout bands thanks to their self-titled release. The hit single "This Is the Time (Ballast)" and follow-up favorite "Mr. MTV" put them on the map and the group has one of the more unique live shows you'll see.

Hoobastank were last heard from with the 2012 album Fight or Flight that generated the radio singles "Can You Save Me?" and "Incomplete." They've been touring of late playing through a majority of their hits, including "Crawling in the Dark," "Running Away," "The Reason" and "Same Direction."

And Bobaflex come to the Loudwire Music Festival ready to rock the place with some of their favorites like "I'm Glad You're Dead," "Bad Man" and more. Plus, Metallica tribute band One are coming to rock your world, as well.

More acts will be announced soon! So be sure to book your travel and get yourself to Grand Junction, Colo., the weekend of June 26-28. Tickets and camping packages for the Loudwire Music Festival are currently available, with three-day general admission passes going for as low as $89. Get all the details on ticketing, VIP experiences, Skybox seating and access to the Loudwire Lounge by clicking here. For additional information, visit the Loudwire Music Festival website.

2015 Loudwire Music Festival Lineup (More Acts To Be Announced Shortly):

Linkin Park
Rob Zombie
A Day to Remember
All That Remains
Nothing More
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