The night started off really well but gradually got worse after each band played. The show opened with the top performers of the night In Fall whose set was exhilarating, aggressive and intense.
After a phenomenal performance from In Fall the expectations for Waking The Levitation were pretty high. Unfortunately their set was mostly disappointing, as they played a small set and two of the songs played were Parkway Drive covers. So it felt like I was watching a tribute band. Devilator on the other hand, were far better than the previous band and got a far better reaction from the crowd too. The final support of the night came in the form of Permission On Standby, who played an all-round decent set and even had BMTH’s Lee Malia amongst the spectators watching them. After enduring four support acts it was finally time for Diary Of A Serial Killer, who really did give it their all. But unfortunately the crowd didn’t seem interested in the slightest and it appeared they enjoyed the support bands more. The band played a six song setlist which had no variation and quite frankly it was boring to watch.
Review by Liam Clarke
Pic by Matt Wesson