The Devil Wears Prada kick off Download day two

Metalcore band also send shout out to KISS and Judas Priest

The Devil Wears Prada kick off Download day two
The Devil Wears Prada have kicked off the second day at the Download Festival.

The Christian metalcore band kicked up a storm on the Tuborg Stage for a headbanging set which culminated in a huge mosh pit in the middle of the crowd.

The band played a host of tracks from their debut album ‘Dear Love: A Beautiful Discord’ and their 2007 follow-up ‘Plagues’ including 'Modeify The Pronounciation', 'Don’t Dink And Drance', 'Dog Can Grow Beards All Over' and 'HTML Rulez D00d'.

Singer Mike Hranica also gave a shout out to Judas Priest and Kiss, who performed at the festival last night, when he asked the crowd: “Did any of you guys get to see Judas Priest and Kiss last night? Those guys rock.”

As the band brought the show to a close Hranica ordered the crowd to step back and form a huge moshpit.

Keep up with this weekend's (June 13-15) festival action as it happens on NME.COM. For news, pictures and blogs keep checking the NME.COM's Isle Of Wight Festival page and NME.COM's Download Festival page for live coverage from both sites.

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