Go into the queue about 5.30. Lots of kids were joining the queue, I was quite suprised as Killswitch didnt use to appeal to these types of music fans but at least they were all wearing checkered vans clothes
Got inside at 7, somehow there was a gap on the barrier even though I was nowhere near the front of the queue.
SSS were OK, some songs were really short which was refreshing from what you normally get. It started to sound the same after a while though.
The Bled. Never been much of a fan before although never listened to them much to be honest. The new album "The Silent Treatment" is amazing though and they were awesome here. Loads of energy.
Killswitch came on to the intro for Daylight Dies with some nice looking search lights shining around the venue. Theres something so fun about KSE live, Adam D with his sick quotes and muscle-pumping. Mike throwing the horns. Joel headbanging. Justin being a hairy drummer. Howard being everywhere. THey are really good with talking to the crowd in between the songs and they always look like they are having a great time which affects the crowd.
Everyone had a huge great beaming smile on their face, even the security!
Take This Oath
Life To Lifeless
The Arms Of Sorrow
Fixation On The Darkness
Still Beats Your Name
A Bid Farewell
The End Of Heartache
Rose Of Sharyn
My Last Serenade