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American Heist played a strong crowd pleasing set. They were a perfect fit for the show with a rougher Punk sound featuring flares of Irish, and Folk Punk through out. They played an especially tight set that was quite amazing considering the short time given.
Hell City Kings played high energy set of what I understand is their new-found "Sleaze Punk" style, and intense stage show. The vocalist was usually found in one of two places, on his knees, or in your face, which you can't help enjoying. They ripped through their songs fast(which included a cover of a rare Body Count song), leaving time for a bit funny stage banter in between.
They got the other half of attendees out of their distance, and prepared for the chaotic onslaught of chaos ahead.
Krum Bums had the crowd visibly anxious; nearly everyone gathered far in advance to get a nice spot to watch the chaos from. As soon as they took the stage people already started getting rough. Once they actually began playing, and vocalist, Dave demanded a pit, a large section of the floor broke it to some strange unintelligible chaotic pit like entity. However, most started gravitating back to the stage to grab the mic for their favorite song. Crowd favorites include: "Misery", "Sometimes", and "SOS"(which had many run onto the stage to mob any area with a microphone) They played hard and fast through the whole set, and got the crowd the most active(and probably worn out) that night.