On October 27th, Beartooth came to Baltimore Soundstage in Baltimore, Maryland, with Every Time I Die, Fit For A King, and Old Wounds. This Thursday was a special night of the tour, as Beartooth’s set was being live streamed through Live Nation TV. Those who were unable to make the show were able to watch Beartooth perform from the comfort of their own homes.

Old Wounds started off the night. The band played for about half an hour and got the crowd to start moshing. The five piece band performed with a lot of energy, constantly jumping around the stage while they performed.

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Old Wounds Pictures

Fit For A King immediately began their set with lead singer Ryan Kirby saying that they had seven songs and half an hour. They played a few songs off of their new album, Deathgrip. The band had the first crowd surfers of the night, and they also got the crowd to move around and jump.

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Fit For A King Pictures

The audience also moved around a lot during Every Time I Die. The band thanked Beartooth for bringing them out and giving them the opportunity to play in front of new fans. The band continually moved around during their forty five minute set. Guitarist Jordan Buckley even got off the stage to play guitar while crowd surfing.

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Every Time I Die Pictures

To close out the night, Beartooth took the stage. They opened their set with “Burnout,” off of their new album, Aggressive. Throughout the band’s performance, the fans sang along so loudly that they could be heard over the music. Guitarist Kam Bradbury jumped off the stage and began to crowd surf while still playing. Partway through the set, Beartooth played their current single, “Hated,” before going into what lead singer Caleb Shomo called a short intermission. They also played “I Have A Problem,” which was the first song the band ever released. Beartooth included drum and guitar solos during “Rock Is Dead.” After “In Between”, the band stepped off the stage before coming back on to perform a two song encore. The first song of the encore was “King of Anything,” which Shomo performed the first part of by himself before the rest of the band joined him. Beartooth ended the night with “Body Bag,” with nearly everybody in the room singing along with it.

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Beartooth Pictures

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