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Numerous women in attendance were showing guys twice their size that they could hold their own in the pit.
“Depths II,” the final track of Silent Planets set, got the crowd clapping in unison, reminding everyone of the family vibe that was reoccurring in The Fillmore Underground.
” Deburg said as he introduced the final song of the set: “Vein.” Charlotte, never being a town to stand still when a fast paced metal song is blaring through the speakers, instantly began to head bang and mosh to the riffs of guitarist Devin Chance and bassist Josh Billimoria.
Silent Planet, from Los Angeles, California, took the stage after Thousand Below quickly tore down their set.
“This photo book is an awesome glimpse into the intimacy behind The Devil Wears Prada,” said the band’s Jeremy De Poyster.
“It’s a stark contrast to our bright, silhouetting lights in a live environment where we try to place the focus on the music itself.