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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Photos and write-up by Keith Mokris

Tennessee alternative rockers 10 Years were the third to play on the Revolution Stage. With their throbbing melodies and heavy basslines, the crowd was loving every second.

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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.

In a creative mix of pop, punk, alternative, and indie folk music, the revamped Creepy Crawl in Saint Louis, Missouri hosted four amazing bands on the night of August 12, 2008. With Cute is What We Aim For headlining the tour, Ace Enders [the former co-founder of indie-rock band Early November] with his new band Ace Enders and A Million Different People, Danger:Radio, and the Chicago-native band Powerspace, the Creepy Crawl was filled to the brim with excited fans waiting to hear some of their favorite artists.

Photos and write-up by Chris Weiss

Shaant Hacikyan of Cute Is What We Aim For

Arthur “Ace” Enders of Ace Enders and A Million Different People [formerly with Early November]

Andrew de Torres of Danger:Radio

Alec Cyganowski of Powerspace

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Caroline and I (Megan) are fairly cultured, to say the least. That being said, there is now a daily updated section of The Amp Magazine that allows you readers to see what we think is cool, interesting, funny, etc. in the music realm.The page entitled, “Epiphanies of Megatron and Mrs. Dranklesworth” is that place. Check it out and be entertained! p.s. We have the sweetest nicknames of all time. Forever.