Wed 22nd June – Sun 26th June 2011
Worthy Farm, Pilton
No longer the young up-and-comers among the rock elite, the Kilmarnock trio have well and truly earned their chops and sit comfortable at the top of festival bills across the summer season.
Die hard fans may come in search of classics from early albums Blackened Sky and The Vertigo of Bliss, but latter-day anthems such as Mountains, Machines and the X Factor adapted Many Of Horror resonated most with the masses at Friday's Pyramid Stage.
That Golden Rule
Glitter And Trauma
Born On A Horse
God & Satan
Who's Got A Match?
Know Your Quarry
Living Is A Problem Because Everything Dies
Many Of Horror
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