Monster Energy Outbreak Tour Feat. Asking Alexandria

IMG_6846When its the end of December and its 79 degrees out, why wouldn’t you want one of the most anticipated concerts of the year to be outside at an amphitheater in sunny Florida. The latest edition of the Monster Energy Outbreak Tour featured an all-star lineup including Asking Alexandria, As I Lay Dying, Memphis May Fire, I See Stars, and Attila. Suicide Silence was supposed to be a direct support act on this tour, but due to singer Mitch Lucker’s untimely death, I See Stars stepped up to give the fans the they deserved. The crowd was nearly sold out and amped up and ready to go. Opening acts Attila, I See Stars, and Memphis May Fire clearly had fans in the crowd, as the entire venue seemed to be jumping around together during their sets. As I Lay Dying seemed to bring out the rougher, older, biker gang crowd. This was a stark contrast from the younger more energetic crowds for the rest of the bands. Asking Alexandria finally took the stage around 10, minus singer Danny Worsnop who recently tore his vocal chord and was under doctors orders not to sing. AA had an array of special guests out to fill in for Danny, and the fans loved it just as much. Asking Alexandria and I See Stars continue to be the standout acts of the night, no matter what tour they may be on. Look for these two acts to be all over the world and in your face in 2013!!

Check out our exclusive photo gallery from this show by CLICKING HERE!!!

– Ben Packard

Posted on December 21, 2012, in Photos, Reviews. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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