Got there to hear the last song of Allageon (don't recall how it sounded, just loud).
I Declare War (horrible name) was on next. They sounded heavy (good), but their songs were unremarkable and there was karate in the pit (BAD.). I was not into them, but they got the crowd moving. No idea what they played, vocalist was shouting angrily the whole time.
Cephalic Carnage was better than the CD I heard of theirs years ago which I thought was just noise. Not going to make me go and get more of their music, but I was pleasantly surprised. Vocals were unremarkable, but the energy was good. Vocalist called Frederick 'Baltimore' (which is really different).
Job For a Cowboy (yet another horrible name), whom I was there for (and had a free ticket for) finally came on and sounded very good. I apparently am not a huge fan as I didn't instantly recognize any of the songs (but they sounded good), until the vocalist shouted about the last song. FAIL. Well, regardless, I thought they were pretty good- they carried a nice energy, tho the guitar solo parts coulda been pumped up a bit more in the mix. Crowd got moving pretty good for them.
I think this was the last stop on the tour. I didn't think any of the JFAC merch was great, but got an Allageon shirt/CD combo (Anubis powerslave design).
I stopped listening to Cephalic Carnage around 10:30 but I know they played a couple more songs. sorry :/
JFAC was unintelligible for lyrics except for '...masturbation,' so the set seemed like it was the same as previous dates (setlist.fm and this site), so if anyone else was tehre for corrections, please do tell :3
Cephalic Carnage (10:08- 10:something)
Job For A Cowboy (11:15- 12:10)
- Warbots A.M.
- Divination & Violation
- kill for weed
- raped by an orb
- Endless Cycle of Violence
- Entombment of a Machine
- Imperium Wolves
- Unfurling a Darkened Gospel
- Children of Deceit
- Tarnished Gluttony
- Regurgitated Disinformation
- Knee Deep
- Star Spangled Banner Interlude
- Constitutional Masturbation