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