Iconic Welsh heavy metal band Bullet for My Valentine is on their North American tour supported by Of Mice and Men and Vended. Franklin Music Hall in Philly was one of the East Coast stops of the tour, where we were present to experience the madness. The audience came in pumped up for three of the powerhouse performances and Vended kicked it off hard. One of the most appreciated new bands is becoming more popular each day. Performing some insanely hard-hitting numbers like - “Dead to Me”, “Overall” and “Asylum”, they basically made the crowd ready for the next 2 acts. Just a fun fact - the band consists of Griffin Taylor and Simon Crahan who are sons of Slipknot’s Corey Taylor and Shawn “Clown” Crahan. Next up it was Of Mice and Men. One of the most influential New Metalcore bands is what many of the fans were waiting for. The band just rocked the hell off of Franklin Music Hall - crowd surfers kept coming throughout the set that consisted of - “Bones Exposed”, “Would You Still Be There”, “Obsolete” and “Second and Sebring”. Finally, The stage was set for the final act of the night - all the way from Walse BFMV. The band celebrating 25 years of their existence and rocking the entire world did what they do the best. Matthew Tuck on the guitar and vocals, Michael Paget on the lead guitar, Jamie Mathias on the Bass, and Jason Bowld on the drums were absolutely the best the audience could ask for. At one point, they took a kid on the stage who could not find his dad and gave him a pair of drumsticks. The setlist consisted of hits like - “Tears Don’t Fall”, “Your Betrayal”, “Walking the Demon” and also songs from their newest namesake album. Overall it was a treat for the fans and kudos to the organizers, management, and publicists for putting up a great show.
Bullet for my valentines
of mice and men