In The Pit - July 13, 2014

  • The Ramones - Commander
  • (hed) p.e. - Jump the Fence
  • Protokult - Get me a beer!
  • Kobra and the Lotus - Battle of Wrath
  • King Diamond - Eye of the Witch
  • Mastondon - The Motherload
  • A Day to Remember - Out of Time
  • Overkill - Armorist
  • Islander - The Sadness of Graves
  • Slayer - Hell Awaits
  • Grave Digger - Hell Funeral
  • Opeth - The Devil's Orchard

  • Pig Destroyer - Girl

  • Jack Off Jill - Cherry Scented
  • Powerwolf - Sacred 7 Wild
  • Madball - Born Strong ft. Candace from Walls of Jericho
  • Allegaeon - 1.618
  • Sleeping with Sirens - If you can't hang
  • Emperor - Witched Sabbath
  • Boneyard - Grind, Death Metal, and Beers
  • Chelsea Grin - Clockwork
  • Suicide Silence - Don't Die
  • Dimmu Borgir - Hybrid Stigmata
  • Septicflesh - Order of Dracul
  • Obituary - Til Death

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