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The days when those last 3 bands could play back to back and not have lost a single head... aahhhh, I miss them.Was this a Jim Winters appearance gig, or Kris?
This was when Ben Reed still played guitar, pre-frestorm. I don't even think the All Out War 7" had been out very long. They were amazing that day. For some reason I want to say that Kurt Catalyst might have been playing bass then. I have a few pics from this show, might have to dig em up.
Earth Crisis had a fill in bass player on this tour. I don't think Jim played with them on tour until after Ben had a freak out at C.C's in Moosic PA. 94-95 I'm guessing?
You'd think I'd know better... haha. I didn't realize it was that early in their life, but if Lincoln, Ashes, and Side Over played I guess that was pretty early. Yeah, Kurt filled in for a bit and Joel Jordan (Encounter/Reveal) filled in for a bit once too. Jim was on the Destroy The Machines tour, 94/95, correct.
lincoln was the best band at this show. i think the first (?) more than music fest was the day before this show, and i remember the exc guys saying lincold was the best band they ever saw. i watched them, and agreed. lincoln...a totally under appreciated band.
what a show! I would kill to see malcoms lost. That 7" they did is without doubt the most underated hardcore record of all time. Man I wish I was old enough to attend show back then
wow I thought Ashes and lifetime were ghost by the time EXC was around. I do remember when us indiana dorks found out kurt was playing bass for EXC on that tour. We were so stoked.because we already knew EXC were going to be the best thing to happen to hardcore. I still feel that way.
Ashes lifetime and lincoln along with exc wtf? I would kill to have gone to that show.
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