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Top 5 Bands To See At Louder Than Life

Posted by Trip Willingham on

The Wolfpack is returning to Louisville, KY for the second annual Louder Than Life Fest. 
Last year, LTL was one of the funnest shows we did all year. With pro-wrestling, insane food options, and another stacked line up, we are counting down the days until we are back. 
We’ve compiled a list of our favorite bands we think you should check out October 3rd & 4th!
5. Beartooth
This summer, we spent 41 days on The Vans Warped Tour and one of the bands that drew a huge crowd and put on a stellar performance day in and day out was Beartooth. Some of the biggest pits we saw all summer were brought from vocalist, Caleb Shomo’s gritty vocals and thrashing guitar riffs of Taylor Lumley &Kamron Bradbury. You’ll be in for a real treat if you catch their set.
Just over two months ago, ISSUES won Artist Of The Year as voted on by fans at the AP Music Awards. The six-piece band hailing from Atlanta, Georgia fuse together an incredible sound with Tyler Carter’s clean vocals complimenting Michael Bohn’s screams and heavy guitar riffs, ISSUES is sure to bring the party and are one band you can’t miss at this year’s Louder Than Life. 
3. We Came As Romans 
With their release of their self-titled album peaking at no. 11 on the Billboard charts, and coming off a busy summer headlining the Vans Warped Tour, Detroit post-hardcore band We Came As Romans are set to come out swinging with heavy-hitter new tracks like “Regenerate” and “The World I Use To Know.” WCAR has been known for bringing
rowdy mosh pits and is a blast if you’re looking to crowd surf. 
2. Atreyu 
We were lucky enough to see the return of Atreyu last year at Knotfest and we couldn’t be more stoked to see Atreyu melt our faces off again. Not only is this band a must-see, but if you don’t get in the pit at least twice during their set, you are going to seriously regret it. 
1. Bring Me The Horizon 
Louder Than Life vets and UK rockers will return to Louisville shortly after releasing their newest and highly anticipated album, “That’s The Spirit.” With a reinvented sound, highly synth driven and melodic songs, and a more radio friendly approach, Bring Me The Horizon isn’t afraid to step on any toes as they make their climb to be one of the 
biggest rock bands out there today. Click the link above to watch Bring Me The Horizon perform “Happy Song” from their recent performance at Reading Festival.
What bands are you looking forward to seeing most this year? 
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