, attached to 2015-07-25

Review by tennesseejac

tennesseejac They were really having fun up there tonight and there was so much great energy bottled up inside of the Forum. Trey was definitely picking up the good vibes and giving them right back to us jumping up and down with his on point skills. They brought it with every single song tonight.

Martian Monster was a nice funky way to get things rolling and DWD fit pretty good after it with some scorching guitar work. Waiting All Night slowed things down a bit and then Heavy Things kept the same vibe, But killer Trey solo in Heavy Things. The rest of the first set was excellent with Walls of the Cave taking the best song of the 1st set trophy. During Ya Mar Trey and Mike layed on their backs and shook their feet in the air when Page started going off. And, Everybody gets a Fuego!

Second set was amazing! No Mans Land was a very cool opener and seems like it didn't take long to get this song in 2nd set shape. We all knew they were probably going do drop Carini and/ or Tweezer tonight but they pulled out a Carini -> Tweezer that is for real. Nothing too deep, but enough to keep the dancefest going. The crowd went nuts during a superb My Friend and kept things rolling with a fitting Roggae. I thought Number Line was better than average, and Trey certainly pulled his weight to get there on every single song tonight. Slave was played brilliantly and saw Trey step up big time once more.

YEM encore speaks for itself. Couldn't have been a better ending to a very fun and fantastic show.


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