Monday, June 30, 2008


Posted By on Mon, Jun 30, 2008 at 4:07 PM

No metal band worth its salt is scared of a little rain. So when talk spread through the Corndogorama crowd Sunday night that headliners Zoroaster might move to the inside stage, the natives became restless. But with black clouds rumbling overhead and icy fingers of lighting stretching across the nighttime sky, the band didn’t seek shelter. Instead, they raised their fists to the heavens, called down the thunder, and turned-in a gut-pummeling, career-defining performance.

In the battle between Zoroaster and nature’s fury, Zoroaster emerged victorious. And in their wake, a battlefield littered with half-eaten corndog sticks and bleeding eardrums were all that remained of Corndogorama 2008: The Year of the Mustard King.

(Photo by Joeff Davis)

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