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Prison’s Second Live Performance in Tampa

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By Tiffany Clarius

This fairly new metal band called Prison, performed their second live performance on Friday, April 3rd, at Epic Problem in Tampa.

People gathered around the stage inside Epic Problem Friday, screaming along to Johnny Crowder’s spine tingling vocals, head-banging to Jordan Jensen’s bone shattering drumming, Kenny Gil’s heart pounding bass, and Austin Coupe’s and Trevor Kope’s pulsating guitar riffs. Other fans were in the mosh pit running and flailing around like they had lost their sanity! If one were to describe Prison’s performance with one word, insane would be it, which was said by many of the fans in the crowd.

Here are the photos taken of the event!

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