Photos and write-up by Keith Mokris

Just as the sun was coming out, Street Drum Corps opened up their set on the main stage at Projekt Revolution. The drumming was relentless and the crowd loved every second. The trio brought a style all of their own to the Revolution.

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Photos and write-up by Keith Mokris

Scream-core heavy hitters Atreyu dominated the Revolution Stage as the fourth show of the day at Projekt Revolution. Just after a downpour, the band came out swinging to work the crowd into a frenzy.

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Ohio rockers Hawthorne Heights played second on the Revolution stage to follow up Armor for Sleep. Their mix of melody and screaming continued to pump up the audience.

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Photos and write-up by Keith Mokris

With an overcast sky, Armor for Sleep started the show for Projekt Revolution in St. Louis. Just as the crowd started to roll in, A4S kicked up their amps and got the show rollin.
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Photo by Keith Mokris

Photo by Keith Mokris

Linkin Park brought the house down to end the Projekt Revolution stop in St. Louis.  The Amp was there for photos and reviews of all the bands on the ballot.  Check back throughout the week to see what went down.

Photos by Chris Weiss and Keith Mokris

Photos by Chris Weiss and Keith Mokris

Def Jam rapper Young Jeezy made the Pageant bounce this past Sunday. Wearing a black bandana and flack jacket, Jeezy got everyone in the venue on the feet. The bass boomed and the dancing didn’t stop. Without any room to move in the sold-out venue, Jeezy enjoyed every scream and every yell from the crowd.

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Photos and write-up by Keith Mokris

Australian trio Sick Puppies rocked the Pageant in a style all of their own. Led by vocalist Shimon Moore, the band had the crowd jumping in an instant and didn’t let up for their hour-long set.

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