Papa Roach brought their Who Do You Trust’ Tour into Philadelphia to The Met for an animated rock show with special guests Asking Alexandria and Bad Wolves. Papa Roach consisting of Jacoby Shaddix on vocals, Jerry Horton on Lead Guitar, Tobin Esperance on guitar, Anthony Esperance on Keys/Bass and Tony Palermo on drums, the force of them combining brings a great onstage musicianship full of talent for a energetic performance. The band doesn’t miss a single space on the stage when they are performing using every bit of the stage and the crowd as Shaddix is often seen joining the crowd for some sing-a-longs right with the fans that filled the venue.

Papa Roach brought one of their biggest productions to date on the road with them, bringing a massive video background, a colorful light show and impeccable visuals to accompany each and every song performed. Bringing a fiery rock show full of anthemic hit songs like “None Of The Above,” “Between Angels and Insects,” “Help,” “Who Do You Trust?,” “Born for Greatness,” “Gravity” and of course the fan-favorites “Last Resort,” “…To Be Loved,” “Scars” and even performing their song “She Loves Me Not” that was from their album, lovehatetragedy, that hasn’t been played in a long time. All of those songs and more filled their about 90-min, 17-song set.

Asking Alexandria brought an amazing set, with great lighting and sounding better than we have ever heard them before especially noted during songs like “Someone, Somewhere,” “Moving On,” “The Violence” and “Into The Fire.” Frontman Danny Worsnop bringing some exceptional vocals to the stage throughout their entire set that we were highly impress with, not to mention the band sounds more solid than we have ever heard especially noted on their latest single “The Violence” which they launched their set with.

Bad Wolves launched the show at about 6:50pm with a unfortunately brief but satisfying set that fans adored bringing their hits like “Remember When,” “Hear Me Now” and of course the viral cover of The Cranberries’ “Zombie” which spiraled the band into stardom rapidly. Their energy was a great launch to the evening, getting fans off their feet, even noting a few children in the crowd getting really excited and singing along to their music.

Check out our exclusive photo gallery of Papa Roach, Asking Alexandria and Bad Wolves below:

For tickets and tour dates check out their website, HERE.

Philadelphia’s Papa Roach Setlist:
1. Who Do You Trust?
2. Help
3. American Dreams
4. Getting Away With Murder
5. None of the Above
6. Elevate
7. Gravity
8. Feel Like Home
9. She Loves Me Not
10. Come Around
11. Scars
12. Between Angels and Insects
13. Renegade Music
14. Firestarter (The Prodigy cover)
15. Born for Greatness
16. Last Resort
17. …To Be Loved

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