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Saw Protest The Hero Last Night

List is experience
1Architects
Daybreaker


Architects opened, ah yesh. Unfortunately they played stuff exclusively off of their latest two albums except for follow the water and early grave. Every member had so much energy and they had great stage presence at least.
2Protest The Hero
Fortress


They played a bit of an unexpected set but a good one none the less. They had some oddball songs thrown in.
3Protest The Hero
Kezia


With both a different drummer playing and a fill in guitarist it is hardly like even seeing the same band! Whether that is a good or bad thing is debatable.
4Architects
Ruin


Protest The Hero is pretty awful live [2]. Except that I like their songs so it makes it still worth going to. Rody is their only saving grace live as he really adds a lot of personality and character to the band.
5Protest The Hero
Volition


Their fill in guitarist stood completely still the whole time and always had a look on his face of pure "I just shit myself". While the lead guitarist stood perfectly still and watched his guitar the entire show.
6Protest The Hero
Volition


PTH played a nice mix of new and old songs which was nice to see because I expected them to honestly play like 90% volition.
7Protest The Hero
Volition


The mixing in general was god awful. Like holy balls, it was bad. Architects especially. You couldn't even hear the vocals barely and all the instruments sounded like a muddied mess. I have over 150 plays on early grave on my ipod and yet I didn't even recognize the song until halfway through.
8Architects
Hollow Crown


PTH also had mixing issues but not nearly as bad as everyone else. I think it may have been the venue's fault idk. You couldn't hear the lead guitar very well, nor the vocals. The rhythm guitar and drums were pretty much the main focus of the sound.
9Architects
Hollow Crown


Protest The Hero is very accurate live but there is of course a tradeoff between accuracy and performance.
10Architects
The Here and Now


Architects setlist from what I can remember (not in order): day in day out, daybreaker, follow the water, early grave, alpha omega, these colours don't run, even if you win you're still a rat, devil's island
11Architects
Ruin


Protest The Hero setlist (not in order): underbite, tapestry, hair trigger, tilting against the windmills, clarity, sequoia throne, bloodmeat, the dissidence, mist, no stars over bethlehem, nautical, blindfolds aside, sex tapes, c'est le vie
12Protest The Hero
Volition


agreed
13Protest The Hero
Scurrilous
14Protest The Hero
Volition
15Metallica
Ride The Lightning
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