As the sun began to set on a scorching day one of the inaugural Loudwire Music Festival, Theory of a Deadman took the stage for a hits filled set. As the band began to play, you begin to realize just how solid a career the group has enjoyed. Early in their set, audiences were treated to rousing versions of "Lowlife," "Bitch Came Back" and "Panic Room." A vocalist Tyler Connolly kept things light and fun throughout with his stage banter.

A little later on Connolly introduced the track "Santa Monica" as one of his favorite songs the band has ever recorded. The performance also featured their recent hit single "Angel" as the heat finally began to break. Toward the end of the set the band played, "I Hate My Life," rallying the audience to belt a cheer for Loudwire. Check out our photo gallery and video from Theory of a Deadman's set below.

Theory of a Deadman at the 2015 Loudwire Music Festival [Photo Gallery + Video]

Spencer Kaufman, Loudwire
Spencer Kaufman, Loudwire
Spencer Kaufman, Loudwire

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