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Beartooth @ Victoria Warehouse gallery – A concert that some could only dream of

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Featured image and gallery: Rianna Ram

On Friday night, Beartooth took over the sold-out Victoria Warehouse, performing their greatest hits to an angsty, energetic audience.

The night kicked off with the hardcore punk icons that are Stray From The Path, with frontman Drew Dijorio providing all the energy to get the crowd amped up for the main act.

Up next were the clearly much-loved Motionless In White. Fans sung their heart out and beamed in joy when vocalist, Chris Motionless, individually handed real flowers into the crowd. This line-up meant for a concert that some could only dream of.

It wasn’t long before Beartooth took to the stage, fronted by rock legend Caleb Shomo, formerly known for being a part of Attack Attack!. Beartooth blend sounds of metal and punk together creating certified live anthems. They played hits like ‘In Between’, ‘Bad Listener’, and ‘Disease’, all of which were greeted by a wave of crowd surfers throughout. 

Beartooth’s last appearance in Manchester was in February 2020, and it did not go unnoticed – the atmosphere was intense! Circle pits, crowd surfing and anthemic sing-a-longs, the crowd were putting on a show of their own. Beartooth’s set quickly flew by and it wasn’t long before the encore, the crowd gave all the energy they had left for fan favourites ‘The Past Is Dead’ and ‘The Last Riff’. We hope to see Beartooth in Manchester again soon, and see them as certified arena headliners as the energy of their live show could easily be able to transpose into a bigger room. It won’t be long before they are selling out Manchester’s very own AO Arena.





Body Bag



The Lines

Beaten in Lips


Hell of It

You Never Know

Bad Listener


In Between


The Past Is Dead

The Last Riff

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