[Edit: they're KTCM now] Cancer... Err(is it K.T.C.D. now?)... Well, "The Band Formerly known as Cancer" got the crowd swirling into a giant pit as soon as they began playing. They played a Hard Thrash Punk mix that couldn't have fit any better than at a DRI show. They played for around a half an hour, and they were able to bring on chaos rivaling most headlining bands. Pits, crowd surfing, the whole 9 yards.
Sinister Minister played full-on hard driving Metal. They stoked out the already hyper crowd by throwing a giant wad of T-Shirts(which they continued periodically through out the show. They held down the stage well. They had a driving presence that kept thing anything but boring. By the time they were near the end of their set everyone in the Mosh pit had a Sinister Minister shirt proudly in their fist, or somewhere visibly in their possession. For the second part of their last song their vocalist came down and sat on the barrier, allowing anyone willing to sing their chance. He even came down into the crowd, and was almost instantly swallowed up by the sea of people.
But Herald, determined to keep playing and entertain, began running around singing Kiss' "Rock And Roll All Night"(which was playing over the PA) with anyone willing, including a Security guard(after some prodding).
There's lot's more, but you're going to have to experience the rest for yourself!
Sorry, that the quality's a bit different than normal. We still haven't officially replaced the Tx Punk camera.