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Room 101 is basically what you'd get if you threw every cable program, along with your most interesting Punk records into a Blender. Room 101 is one man playing some the craziest detuned sounding Punk you will ever hear, in front of the weirdest collection of videos ever played on a projector. He even got cheers from a few members of The Freeze.
H.R.A.(Heavy Roach Activity, "as named by Marvin Zindler") Played a Thrashy hardcore, with at times a Metal tinge thrown in. Most of their songs were under a minute, so they ripped through more songs than any other band that night.
Sober Daze put on a fun show. They're a band you can see enjoys playing and it comes through in their music! They played a range from NOFX-esque pop punk, to some faster almost hardcore songs, and even a bit of ska thrown in for good measure.
The Freeze put on a mind-blowing show! Once the short musical intro ended and Clif came on stage everything came out full force! The guitars were blaring and the Drums were pounding with amazing force Clif immediately jumped to utmost front of the stage, and at times squatted down to be right at eye level with the audience. It was an explosion of sight, sound, and energy all at once. Unlike an explosion you had another 1 hour of the on-slot ahead of you! They played a near split between their 80's songs, and their newer material. Of course the old songs always get the crowd more excited(nearly the entire floor would often break out into a pit), but even the ones people didn't know as well seemed to have such a drawing sound to them that it was almost hypnotizing. The audience often stood in amazement and excitement when they weren't reaching for the Microphone to join in singing! Clif even let one on-stage audience member sing all of "This Is Boston Not L.A."!
Put simply it was one of the most epic performances ever. They deserved to have Walter's at the occupancy limit.