was the second time a set list escaped my collection it was the best show I've seen in a while
The Ashers were the fastest opening band and made the first pit of the night with their cover of Bad Brains "Pay To Cum".
Born To Lose were more melodic than the other bands but they still had energy. Their singer spent most of his time on the edge of the stage right next to the audience. They didn't get a pit but they made up for it with the interaction between band and audience.
The Cobra Skulls had a Rock-A-Billy style that definitely set them apart from the other bands. Even though they didn't get as energetic of a response from the crowd they still played a good set that even included a song in Spanish.
Duane Peter's Gunfight put on an amazing show. They came bursting out full force. There was never a dull moment in the set, guitars were in the air, people were jumping, and at points Duane Peters himself was Dancing. It is a show best seen in-person as no words can accurately describe the chaos on-stage
Anti-Nowhere League beat all expectations to a pulp. They played all their classics like: "We Are The League", "Streets Of London", "Let's Break The Law", "So What", "I Hate People", and "We Are The League"(yes, they played it twice). Along with a few new ones like "Fucked Up And Wasted". The crowd screamed, raised their fists, and flipped off the band (the british way) through almost every song. A few songs got guest backing vocals by Duane Peters and other people that attempted to get on stage. The only time that the set slowed down was when they got off the stage. The best way to show what happened is through pictures!
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