Bring Me The Horizon After a long intense wait Bring Me The Horizon finally entered the stage and as they did the crowd ended up covered in confetti along with the ceiling rig which ended up looking like someone had TP’d the place.


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Reading and Leeds Festivals 2013 Green Day have been named as final Main Stage Headliner, alongside Biffy Clyro and Eminem - all are UK festival Exclusives. Nine Inch Nails return. Skrillex and many more join the 2013 bill. Recently named the ‘Best Festival’ at the NME Awards, this year’s Reading and Leeds Festivals are officially set to be better than ever! 2013 promises more - more stages, more bands and more entertainment, all coming together to form an incredible line-up with the biggest names in rock, indie, dance, alternative and hip-hop. Reading & Leeds guarantee exclusive performances, huge headliners and rising stars and are the only place to spend the August Bank Holiday weekend with friends this summer.


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Bullet For My Valentine Having made enough waves to hit their first arena tour, Bullet For My Valentine hit the stage representing the United Kingdom with their backdrop as the flag with flamethrowers blazing. Headlining the NIA is no mean feat and merely plodding around the stage, playing all the songs off your album, dressed like everyman’s best mate does not sound like fun to me. That’s why the Bullet… boys emerge onto the stage in a blaze of true glory; every single one decked out in traditional "metal" style.


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Mindless Self Indulgence In Case Of Fire played a short but sweet set, kick starting the night with their heavy rock. While they were a little lacking in energy, the power of the three-piece really shone through, the single guitar cutting through the mix in a way that the later bands really needed. While the songs are little formulaic the short set meant that there was nothing that could really displease. I get the feeling that next time they play in Birmingham a lot more people will know the words. Perhaps in a year or so these guys will be huge, but for now you can tell their a new band.


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