Late in the afternoon of Aftershock’s day two, the heavy hitters started coming out. First up: Sevendust.
Red Fang’s set was another one that didn’t make sense to me for Aftershock’s Coors Light stage.
A total of 47 bands played at Aftershock 2015, but only one that I refused to miss: Jane’s Addiction.
The Pink Slips play a kind of poppy post-punk reminiscent of early ’80s bands like Missing Persons.
One OK Rock were one of the great surprises of Aftershock 2015.
Issues brought the metalcore to day two of Aftershock.
Aftershock is a huge event. Catching every band is impossible. Failure and Highly Suspect were two bands that I caught a couple of photos of on my way to other stages.
I’ve been a Faith No More fan since my Los Angeles days, but it took me 27 years to finally see them live.
Clutch may have won the stoner rock battle, but Eagles of Death Metal gave them a good run.
Aftershock 2015 was always Deftones’ show.