Kristmaz Khaos at Club Red

Escape the Fate, Photo By: Julius Aguilar

On December 16, 2017, K&Z Entertainment presented Kristmaz Khaos with special guests Escape the Fate as the headliner of the event which was hosted at Club Red in Mesa, AZ. This was definitely a festive night for the fans who participated in the wild fun having craziness that the bands outputted.

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Fans had a fun filled jam packed show with some of the most interactive bands. The list of bands who were enrolled and performed at the Kristmaz Khaos were Eyes Set To Kill, Whitney Peyton, Set To Stun, Romance Mechanics, Go Ask Alice, Outsiders, After the Calm, Avenda and The Take Over.

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The first four bands provided the kickstarter for the evening all of which performed and rallied the crowd for the wild and eventful band to come. Go Ask Alice was a fan favorite with the fun having performers joking and putting on a show for the crowd. The lead singers acted as two parts of a character one playing the nice guy sing with regular vocals and the other the bad guy screaming, providing deep pig squeals and high toned screams.

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Whitney Peyton was a change in atmosphere bringing a rappers delight with heavy beats. The mix of heavy live playing musicians and a rapper that hyped the crowd was a happy and surprising relief. This was one artist that stuck out because of the difference in how the music was presented, but still in the same vein of the other bands. Whitney Peyton not only rocked the crowd but also provided an amazing entertaining show by involving the crowd by crowd surfing, spraying silly strings and having confetti begin tossed about.

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From a nice refresher of Whitney Peyton, the following three bands Eyes Set To Kill, Set To Stun and Romance Mechanics brought the event back into the screaming crowd tussling event that is a rock show. Each having a different tone of rock and roll and metal, each still brought a liveliness to the show. Romance Mechanics with a softer tone yet emotional visual show with the lead singer getting involved with the lyrics and showcasing it.

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Set to Stun was the heaviest aside from Escape the Fate, bringing a metal core sound with a punk rock showman ship. With screaming vocals and fast drumming this band provided the fans the recipe to mosh. Eyes Set To Kill stepped the heaviness up and created an atmosphere that was a great transition into Escape the Fate. Providing an opening that brought the fans all together.

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At the end we come to the band that brought the fans out and gave the event that crowd pleasing uproar. Escape the Fate starts the show with Craig Mabbitt coming out dressed up like Santa Claus bringing happiness and cheer to the crowd. The set-list consisted of some fan favorites such as “Ashley”, “Four Letter Word” and “This War Is Ours (The Guillotine II)” as well as the new song “I Am Human” off their new album I Am Human

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