The LA-based nu-metal outfit headline an amazing lineup in Denver with Filter, Combichrist, American Head Charge, and Saint Ridley.
The show kicked off early with Detroit hard rockers Saint Ridley. Their set was short but long enough to show Denver the kind of hard-hitting rock the Motor City is famous for.
Next up was industrial metal band American Head Charge. After the unfortunate death of guitarist Bryan Ottoson, they found Ted Hallows to fill his shoes and kept the band alive and touring.
Atlanta five-piece Combichrist kept the energy in the room alive with their fast paced aggrotech metal. Entertaining as they are talented, Combichrist put on a show the Summit crowd didn’t want to end.
Filter came out next and put on a show that was better than anticipated even though they have had a constantly changing lineup. Singer Richard Patrick said he wants to play with lots of people, so he keeps changing the members giving everyone a chance.
And finally the headliners of the tour, Coal Chamber, finished the night with their mind blowing gothic industrial rock that had the audience entranced as they performed a set that was both visually and musically appealing.