P.O.D. and 10 Years dominate in Downtown Disney

P.O.D., 10 Years, Dead Letter Circus and War of Ages bought the last leg of their tour to Downtown Disney in Anaheim at the House of Blues Thursday evening to a packed house.

P.O.D. was close to him with this show, bringing out plenty of fans, friends, family and made the entire place jump once they took the stage.  With more than 20 years and nine albums under their belt, this band is no slouch when it comes to a live show.  From start to finish the band played hard rock to a sold-out crowd that respected the genre.  It was loud, it was heavy, and it was awesome.

10 Years are just as respectable as the headliners, going on 10 plus years and releasing their latest effort, From Birth to Burial, recently, the band has honed their live show to make it their own.  They didn’t have to do anything special to wow the crowd.  They even brought some younger fans on stage that they saw rocking out more than older fans.

Dead Letter Circus may have been unknown to many of those in attendance, but they brought their Australian hard rock to the states and made some new fans in the process.  War of Ages may have been the oddball band of the tour, but they know how to start the show right, playing their metal sound to the audience that may not have known what to expect from the openers.

 

Have you seen any of the bands on this tour at all? How was it?  Comment below.

Photos and post by Corey Kleinsasser

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