On Sunday evening, Bush took over Los Angeles with a sold-out gig at the Hollywood Palladium in support of their latest album, The Art of Survival. And bandleader Gavin Rossdale's vocals were timeless as ever throughout Bush's two-hour set at the West Coast venue. During the evening, the '90s rock icons delivered a blistering performance of career-spanning hits, including "Machinehead" and "Glycerine," as well as cuts from their more recent projects like "Flowers on a Grave" and "Heavy Is The Ocean." As the crowd dripped in sweat, Bush brought grunge into the future and reminded Los Angeles why they remain alt-rock icons.

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AP hosted Bush's official afterparty following their two-hour set, with very special guests Starcrawler. Spotted hanging out at the afterparty was Shavo Odadjian of System of A Down, actor Jack McBrayer, Carlie Hanson, lil aaron, and more.

Bush's ninth studio LP, The Art of Survival, was released in October 2022. Their latest tour is set to wrap Feb. 26 in St. Louis, Missouri.

Bush's Hollywood Palladium afterparty

Check out photos from Bush's official Hollywood Palladium afterparty in LA, hosted by Alternative Press, below.