In The Pit - April 20, 2014

Happy Zombie Jesus Day! And 420!

  • Down - Hail the Leaf
  • Hellyeah - Cross to Bier
  • Temperance - Hero
  • Slayer - Jesus Saves
  • BLS - My Dying Time
  • Hammercult - Into Hell
  • Shadows Fall - Act of Contrition
  • Type O Negative - Green Man
  • Dead Earth Politics - Redneck Dragonslayer
  • The Amity Affliction - Pittsburgh
  • Krokus - Screaming in the Night
  • Opeth - The Grand Conjuration
  • Holy Moses - Hellhound

  • Lamb of God - Grace

  • Eyehategod - Agitation Propaganda
  • I Declare War - Noose
  • We Butter the Bread with Butter - Mayday Mayday
  • Children of Bodom - Roundtrip to Hell and Back
  • Fear Factory - Resurrection
  • DevilDriver - The Fury of Our Makers Hand
  • The Drip - Rise to Failure
  • Six Feet Under - 420
  • Whitechapel - The Saw is Law
  • Septicflesh - Oder of Dracul
  • Goatwhore - The Beauty in Suffering
  • Kataklysm - The Resurrected
  • Death - Open Casket

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