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Thursday, April 18, 2013

Concert Review: Of Mice and Men and A Day To Remember: Right Back At It Again Tour 2013




Last night, I saw post-hardcore bands Of Mice & Men and A Day To Remember at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles, CA. Both bands were awesome and energetic, which was reciprocated by the sold out crowd.

Of Mice & Men played many of their fan favorites including "Ohioisonfire" and "Second & Sebring." They really got the crowd pumped up and definitely put on an amazing show.

A Day To Remember took the stage around 9:30 and played an amazing setlist. Opening with "Violence (Enough is Enough)," the first single of their upcoming album, Common Courtesy. Later in the set they played another new song "Right Back at it Again." Other songs included, "You Should've Killed me when You Had the Chance," "Fast Forward to 2012," "The Plot to Bomb the Panhandle," "A Shot in the Dark," "My Life for Hire," "I'm Made of Wax, Larry, What are You Made Of?," "Another Song About the Weekend," "All I Want," "Better Off This Way," and "All Signs Point to Lauderdale."

During their encore, they played acoustic versions of "It's Complicated" and "If it Means a Lot to You." They finished with "Downfall of Us All," which really got the crowd jumping around, moshing, and singing.

Both bands put on an amazing show and were really able to get the crowd involved with t-shirt cannons, beach balls, confetti, streamers, and amazing lights! The show was great and be sure to check out the last leg of the tour if you get the chance.

Look for A Day To Remember's fifth album, Common Courtesy, coming out later this year and Of Mice & Men's new album in the next year.

Of Mice & Men and A Day To Remember's Right Back At It Again Tour is a 10 out of 10 Mosh Pits!

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