The X-Pats were the first to play. They delivered a more straight-forward Rock sound but were still a great preparation for the chaos that would ensue
Rats In The Attic had the first(and what appeared to be the most intense) pit of the night. They played with a blistering speed that fit perfectly in a cover of Minor Threat's "Seeing Red" which caused the crowd to flood up on stage to scream out the chorus.
Molotov Compromise was the last band to play before The Angry Samoans and they didn't leave any one disappointed. Their performance had everything a raging pit, masses of people storming the stage, and even a Ska flavored cover Minor Threat's "I Don't Want To Hear It".
Almost needless to say everyone at Walter's had been effectively pushed, shoved, and beer soaked to the point of being content enough to leave but still excited enough not to do so.
The Angry Samoans left no barriers between them and the audience. They frequently asked the audience to participate in the fun on-stage: First by asking them to Tell Jokes for an introduction, then there is a Dance Contest(yes I said Dance Contest), and finally they have people come on-stage and talk about their dad before they play "My Old Man's A Fatso". Their set list featured a few rare songs, some from all the way back to the days of Vom Like the classic "I'm In Love With Your Mom" and a few covers including "BBC" from the first Austin Powers movie, a sped-up nearly beyond all recognition version of "Pictures Of Matchstick Men" and "Nervous Breakdown" From Black Flag Along with all the classics everyone knows and loves. So What are you waiting for? Go check out some pictures!