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5 Albums Beartooth’s Taylor Lumley Can’t Live Without On Tour

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American metalcore titans Beartooth are heading to Aussie shores in support of their latest album ‘Aggressive’ and warm up the stage for Pierce The Veil. To grab a glimpse into their habits on tour, we asked the band’s lead guitarist Taylor Lumley what albums he can’t live without while on tour.

Underoath – ‘Lost In The Sound of Separation’

This is Underoath’s third album they released with Spencer Chamberlain as the frontman. It’s my favourite UO album, and I listen to it at least once a day on tour, so there’s no way I can live without it. Everything about the production is amazing, the drum sounds and the guitar tones are incredible, and I think they’re the best songs the band has ever written.

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Every Time I Die – ‘New Junk Aesthetic’

This is Mm favourite ETID record. They’re one of my all-time favourite bands, and this record smashes from front to back. It was hard to choose a specific album by them, but this one is so sick and heavy that I had to go with it.

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Katy Perry – ‘Teenage Dream’

I love Katy Perry, like an absurd amount. This is my favourite album of hers, everything is so catchy and amazing. I listen to this album every night that I have to drive the van. It just cheers me right up!

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New Found Glory – ‘Catalyst’

A lot of people would go ‘Sticks and Stones’, but this is my favourite NFG record, and it has my favourite NFG song on it, Truth of My Youth. All the songs on it are sick, the production is amazing, and it’s been my favourite record of theirs since it came out.

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Glassjaw – ‘Worship and Tribute’

This is the first album I ever listened to from Glassjaw. I listen to their EPs a lot, and I’m really waiting for a new record, but as all Glassjaw fans know, that could be forever from now. Every time I listen to this record it sucks me in from beginning to end, and I love every second of it!

Glassjaw Worship and Tribute artwork

Read our review of Beartooth’s sophomore album ‘Aggressive’ HERE and catch them support Pierce The Veil throughout August, tour dates below!

Pierce The Veil 2016 Australian Tour
w/ Silverstein, Beartooth, and Storm The Sky

Eatons Hill Hotel, Brisbane
Big Top at Luna Park, Sydney
Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide
170 Russell, Melbourne
Astor Theatre, Perth

Get Tickets HERE