|Bands I Saw At The Warped Tour|
The bands I saw at least a couple songs by at the Warped Tour this year.
|1||We The Kings|
They had energy, but his voice was pretty bad.
|2||I Fight Dragons|
Nintendo sounds. Lots of them.
|3||Motionless In White|
There was a circle pit around the sound booth, which almost got taken out by it.
"I think God smokes weed/and He was high when He made me" cool story bro
|5||New Found Glory|
They didn't play Summer Fling Don't Mean A Thing.
Buddy is hilarious. Good show too.
|7||Chunk! No Captain Chunk!|
Fuck what you say, I like them. Also, he did a random (and awesome) pig squeal
before one of the breakdowns, and everyone was like "holy shit!"
Singer shouted random scat stuff before every song.
|9||Of Mice & Men|
Austin wore a Slipknot shirt, and right before they played The Depths (which starts
off with a riff really close to one of Slipknot's s/t-era songs) he told everyone to get
down on the ground until he says "jump up," just like Slipknot does in Spit It Out.
Only saw a little, but they sounded pretty good.
I like them, and their cover of Rolling In The Deep is fun live.
|12||Falling In Reverse|
Why was there a pink Sasquatch on their stage? Also, I expected Ronnie to sound
like shit, but he was pretty good.
There was more dubstep than last time I saw them. And Kyle lip-synced the
screams sometimes. It's kind of obvious when you pull the mic away and the
scream lasts 5 more seconds.
Really interesting band. Despite what my ears told me, there where no chicks in the
Amazing. Absolutely amazing. And when my sister got me a poster signed by them,
she didn't mention it was for her brother, so one of them signed with a heart. My
mom was not pleased.
I really liked them. I was going to get one of their CDs but they sold out early.
They said Ohio usually doesn't like them so they didn't bring many.
|17||Machine Gun Kelly|
He covered Break Stuff with the lead guitarist of Pierce The Veil, and that was the
only thing he did that I enjoyed. He also wasted 4 minutes of his 30 minute set with
having the crowd shout his name. And he isn't from Cleveland, no matter what he