Concert Review: Pierce the Veil at House of Blues

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Clevelanders can take a lot of things, but being mistaken for Pittsburg isn’t one of them. Lucky for Pierce the Veil singer Vic Fuentes, who complimented the wrong city at last night’s sold out show at House of Blues, the band’s set had (and kept) the crowd so rowdy, no one really noticed. It helped that Fuentes showed off his good sense of humor when he described his band as “a bunch of Mexicans from San Diego,” and a group of “ugly mother fuckers” as it opened with the first three songs off its newest record Collide with the Sky. From the opening riff of “May These Noises Startle You in Your Sleep Tonight,” the crowd fought to get close to the stage, regardless of the fact the band had yet to come on stage. The show really got started with “Bulletproof Love,” which was just begging to be a sing along.

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