Chiodos/SliversteinWEscape The Fate,Alesana,A Skylit Drive Tour

A Skylit Drive Set list:
Wires (and the Concept of Breathing)
Eris and Dysnomia
I’m Not a Thief, I’m a Treasure Hunter
Knights of the Round
All It Takes for Your Dreams to Come True

Alesana Set list:
This is Usually the Part Where People Scream
A Most Profound Quiet
All Night Dance Parties in the Underground Palace
Obsession is Such an Ugly Word

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Escape The Fate Set list:
The Flood
Reverse This Curse
There's No Sympathy for the Dead
Not Good Enough For Truth In Cliche
On To The Next One
The Guillotine

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Sliverstein Set list:
Smile in Your Sleep
My Heroine
Call it Karma (acoustic)
Giving Up
Hear me Out
The Weak & The Wounded
Fist Wrapped in Blood
Discovering the Waterfront
Defend You
Already Dead
Three Hours Back
Smashed Into Pieces
Bleeds No More

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Chiodos Set list: (Not Original Order):
Hathaway Lane
All Nereids Beware
Baby, You Wouldn’t Last A Minute on the Creek
The Words 'Best Friend' Become Redefined
There's No Penguins in Alaska
To Trixie and Reptile, Thanks for Everything
Is It Progression If a Cannibal Uses a Fork?
Lexington (Joey Pea-Pot with a Monkey Face)
Bulls Make Money, Bears Make Money, Pigs Get Slaughtered
A Letter from Janelle
Teeth the Size of Piano Keys
If I Cut My Hair, Hawaii Will Sink
The Undertaker's Thirst for Revenge Is Unquenchable (The Final Battle)
Two Birds Stoned at Once
Smitten for the Mitten

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The Wiltern LG was filled to the maximum on the night of October 23rd. Lining the venue all the way around were scene kids and emo kids with a tab of metal heads in between dressed in tight skinny jeans with multiple colored t-shirts with pure black hair if not covering one eyelid then multi-colored hair-do's either spiked or off to one side with a rainbow of shades. As the doors opened at 5:45PM the crowd made their way into the venue running over to the merch booth grabbing a spot to purchase their favorite idol's t-shirt. When the show began at 6:30PM openers A Skylit Drive took the stage presenting themselves to the crowd that was slowly forming in the venue to witness what they were all about. A Skylit Driver put on a good solid set list getting the crowd hyped up and highly entertained. Soon after came forth Alesana who came out in their white attire rocking out the stage getting the pit more mixed up than the music. Alesana jumped and screamed all around the stage singing both old and new hits ranging from "This is the Part Where Ppl Scream," "Underground Dance Parties," and "Ambrosia," really got the crowd moving. Next up came Escape The Fate who made their presents known as their new vocalist Craig Mabbitt was already well known for his former act blessthefall we shall see what happens during this set and things turn out well. Drummer Robert Ortiz walked first onto the stage hailing in his hands his digital camera as the fans cheered and shouted as he took his seat behind his drum set and the rest of the band followed. Opening up with their newest single "The Flood," got the crowd chanting and singing right along as Craig jumped and screamed his heart onto the stage as they broke way into "Reverse This Curse," leading into "There's No Sympathy for the Dead," "Not Good Enough For Truth In Cliche," going off into "On To The Next One," wrapping up altogether with "The Guillotine," and "Situations." Escape The Fate's still bring on the heat and flames when performing live and we won't forget them for it. After the beginner acts were down and out for the evening the first headliner was set and ready for the audience's pleasure which was Sliverstein, who danced and jumped more times than I can count, singing "Smashed Into Pieces," "My Heroine," "If You Could See Into My Soul," "Sound of the Sun," "Smile in Your Sleep," along with "Discovering the Waterfront," among many other tunes that got the crowd jumping as much as the band was.... Ending the entire gig was Chiodos, who opened up with "The Undertaker’s Thirst For Revenge is Unquenchable," "Two Birds Stoned at Once," "Smitten for the Mitten," going into "Baby, You Wouldn’t Last A Minute on the Creek," going off to "Lexington (Joey Pea-Pot with a Monkey Face)," among many other hits that got the crowd screaming and jumping everywhere possible. All in all this tour line-up was intensity to the extreme and the acts were hyped and excited to come out and entertain the audiences of Los Angeles!

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