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In Pictures: Beartooth Bring The Fire To London

Relive Beartooth’s fiery performance at the Roundhouse in London with this exclusive gallery

This weekend, Beartooth headlined their largest-ever UK show at the iconic Roundhouse in London. The venue – famed for its past performances of Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd and The Rolling Stones – was packed to the rafters, with bodies crammed into every available space, ready and waiting for the post-hardcore crew to turn up the heat.

Following a rowdy set from The Amity Affliction, Beartooth blasted onto the London stage with the ferocious singalong The Lines before swandiving into a 16-song setlist that spanned all three albums – with most attention paid to latest offering Disease. From Afterall and Bad Listener to Body Bag and Sick Of Me, the thousands in attendance barely let up singing all night, with every chorus swelling inside the Victorian building.

Check out the full gallery from Beartooth’s Roundhouse show below. 

Beartooth live in London
Beartooth live in London
Beartooth live in London
Beartooth live in London
Beartooth live in London
Beartooth live in London
Beartooth live in London
Beartooth live in London
Beartooth live in London

Beartooth setlist

The Lines
Enemy
Hated
Aggressive
Afterall
Bad Listener
I Have A Problem
You Never Know
Manipulation
Fire
Beaten In Lips
Sick Of Me
Body Bag
Disease

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