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Riot Fest Recap – Day Two (Street Dogs, Total Chaos, Conflict and more)

Riot Fest’s second day found that bastard, the sun, at it again when California punks Total Chaos began their afternoon set. Before they began, they did treat the crowd with a quick verse from Motorhead’s “Ace of Spades”during soundcheck. The band played a blistering set of breakneck punk like “In Unity,” “Riot City” and their recent track “Street Punx”off their eponymous EP. Both the band and the crowd were wearing studded jackets, patched-up vests, Mohawks and liberty spikes.

Lower Class Brats keep the momentum going. Wearing all black and singer Bones channeling his inner Adicts with his derby hat, the Austin, Texas band covered “All The Young Dudes” as a dedication to David Bowie. The rest of the set was blessed with an insane circle pit and folks just crowd surfing.

British anarcho-punks Conflict were a bit disappointing. Keeping up Lower Class Brat’s all-black-everything look, the band tried their best to get the crowd going with a smattering of success. Even singer Colin Jerwood (the only original member), stepping off stage to sing and greet the crowd didn’t help. Add to the equation some problems with the vocal mic and the overall set was a bit of a let down.

Street Dogs, on the other hand, put on a pumped set. Even with their covers of “Guns of Brixton”, “Borstal Breakout,” and “Blitzkrieg Bop” the Boston band infused it with a kinetic energy that slammed the crowd into hysterics. Even singer Mike McColgan stage dived and kept singing while he was crowdsurfing.

 

Please check out our images below from some of the other Day 2 acts. If you missed yesterday’s Day One coverage, you can check that out here. All photos by Meredith Goldberg, and words by Frederic Hall.



Total Chaos announce Australian tour

California street punks Total Chaos have announced a six-date Australian tour that will kick off in March. The dates and locations are below.

Total Chaos’ latest album World of Insanity was released last year.



Total Chaos announce west coast mini-tour

California street punks Total Chaos will be embarking on a six-date west coast tour in March. The routing is made up mostly of shows in California and one show in Las Vegas.

All the dates and locations are below.

Total Chaos’ latest album Battered and Smashed was released in 2012 via Stomp Records.



Total Chaos announce Western US tour

California street punks Total Chaos have announced a slew of tour dates that’ll keep them on the road in the western part of the US for most of the month of May. Click here for the rundown, including a few dates with Subhumans.

Total Chaos released a new album, “Battered and Smashed,” earlier this month via Stomp Records.



Stomp Records releasing Total Chaos album “Battered And Smashed” offer free downlaod of new song

California street punk act Total Chaos will be releasing their new album “Battered And Smashed” in North America via Stomp Records who are offering a free download of the band’s song “Hooligans Holiday” right here.

The album hits North American “shelves” February 14th.

“Battered And Smashed” was released in Europe through Concrete Jungle Records last Summer.



Total Chaos detail upcoming album “Battered And Smashed,” announce European tour dates

California street punk act Total Chaos have announced that their upcoming album “Battered And Smashed” will be released on July 15th through Concrete Jungle Records.

You can check out the tracklist here.

The band released their latest album “Avoid All Sides” in 2008.

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