ATTILA Causes CHAOS in Philadelphia at the TLA
ATTILA brought the CHAOS tour into Philadelphia, PA at The Theatre Of The Living Arts on the second date of the tour which began in North Carolina on October 18th (You can find all the tour dates below). ATTILA touring…
ATTILA brought the CHAOS tour into Philadelphia, PA at The Theatre Of The Living Arts on the second date of the tour which began in North Carolina on October 18th (You can find all the tour dates below). ATTILA touring in support of their new album CHAOS which comes out everywhere on November 4th but is available now for pre-order. ATTILA brought chaos into the TLA from the moment they stepped onto the stage with the first single off CHAOS titled, “Public Apology” after their introduction which was news anchors stating “this band is vulgar and their lyrics are offensive, too vulgar to even repeat on air,” making for the perfect intro to the stage. This show was very lit, energy filled with consistent mosh pits, and even a wall of death. ATTILA is a band you want to see live cause they put on an incredible live show and this currently tour has an amazing production with some great lighting, backdrop changes, and orange amps filling the stage. Chris and Kalan but with Slime Green guitars most of the set complimenting Fronzilla’s Slime Green Microphone. ATTILA’s setlist consisted of fan favorites like “Party With The Devil,” “Callout,” “Middle Fingers Up,” “Proving Grounds,” and of course “About That Life” as well as several new songs from Chaos like “Bulletproof,” “Lets Get Abducted,” “Ignite,” and “Public Apology,” as mentioned above. The crowd knew every single word to all of the new songs and sang along to them as if they were released years ago. ATTILA’s mosh pits were insane throughout the entire night only getting crazier as the night continued especially during “Callout,” “Public Apology,” and “About That Life.” ATTILA definitley brings a rowdy, energetic, and very fun performance on the road. The CHAOS tour has only just begun and will continue to tear through the entire United States now until November 18th.
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