All photos by Julius Aguilar
If you’ve ever been to a Beartooth show before, you’ll most likely agree when we say there is absolutely nothing – let us repeat, NOTHING – like seeing the Columbus outfit live in concert.
Whether it’s at Warped Tour, a rock festival or a jam-packed club show, there is no comparison to the way you feel before, during and after a Beartooth performance.
Before the show, generally, you’re a mix of excited and nervous because deep down you know you’re about to be hit by a wall of pure adrenaline and rock n’ roll and you’re not 100% sure you can handle it all.
During the show, in the midst of the aforementioned wall, you’re a human sweat puddle dodging moshers, singing your lungs out and holding back tears as Caleb Shomo professes his darkest and most honest feelings to you and everyone else in attendance.
After the show, as you limp back to your car struggling to process everything you just experienced, you’re a ball of emotion as you’re bummed the show is over, happy you just had the night of your life and excited to do it all over again soon.
See, when it comes to a Beartooth show, no matter who you are or why you’re there, the band is going to provide you with a performance you’ll not only scream and cry to but absolutely lose your god damn mind to.
To prove exactly that, we sent Noise contributor Julius Aguilar to the band’s Disease Tour in Phoenix, AZ to capture Beartooth in their natural habitat alongside noisemakers Knocked Loose and Sylar. To check out the photos, be sure to look below. Afterward, make sure to grab tickets to the remaining Disease Tour dates while also picking up a copy of the band’s brand new album here.