Of Mice & Men made their 'long' awaited return to the UK as headliner of the Atlas Stage at Slam Dunk Festival in Leeds.
For a band who tours the world five times a year, a year of absence is really long.
As Panic! At The Disco were playing simultaneously on the mainstage, it was incredible to see the amount of fans that were lining up to see Of Mice & Men perform.
Of Mice & Men's setlist consisted of mostly new songs.
'Feels Like Forever', 'Broken Generation' & 'You're Not Alone', were just a few of the many nu-metal songs that were being played this evening.
The atmosphere was outstanding and the amount of crowdsurfers were extraordinary.
Besides new tracks, the band also played a few old track such as 'O.G. Loko', 'Second & Sebring' & of course 'The Depths'.
As usual, the audience was instructed to sit down when 'The Depths'.
When people didn't do as planned, frontman Austin Carlile screamed 'sit the fuck down or go watch Panic! At The Disco'!
It was funny, you should've been there.
Due to the high demand of Of Mice & Men photos, every photographer was only allowed to shoot the band for one song instead of three.
However, we did manage to get some good shots. Check them out below!
Photos by Eva van Kuik
The online magazine for everything you need to know about the alternative music scene & youth culture
This website uses marketing and tracking technologies. Opting out of this will opt you out of all cookies, except for those needed to run the website. Note that some products may not work as well without tracking cookies.Opt Out of Cookies
Do you want to stay up-to-date on everything that happens in the alternative music scene & culture?
Follow us on our social media and we'll keep you up-to-date!
We are Strife Magazine, a group of passionate alternative music lovers who wanted to do more than just listen to the music! So we started an online magazine including a daily updated newsfeed, reviews and photography!
Do you have any tips, complaints or do you want to get involved with Strife Magazine?
Email us at Strifemagazine@gmail.com