Milwaukee 'Summer Slaughter' Concert Filmed For DVD Release

This past Saturday's (July 26) Summer Slaughter tour stop at The Rave in Milwaukee, Wisconsin was reportedly shot for future DVD release. According to the BLABBERMOUTH.NET registered user "Satan's Scrotal Scent", all the bands on the bill — THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, KATAKLYSM, VADER, CRYPTOPSY, THE FACELESS, DESPISED ICON, ABORTED, BORN OF OSIRIS, PSYCROPTIC, and WHITECHAPEL — "announced [from the stage] that they were filming a DVD for the tour. Cameras were all over the place (hand-helds and stationary) and you could tell each band was trying to 'up the ante.' The greatest thing about it was the fact that no security was there to break up any pits (as that happens at every show at The Rave). There were people getting pummeled and kicked left and right. Hardcore scenesters were punching and kicking with no avail. I saw at least four kids get dropped to the ground. Pretty entertaining stuff and should turn out to be a pretty good DVD."

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