Miami street punks, Unit Six, brought their southeast mini tour through Beer Goggles Thursday to a packed house that had fans dancing until the end of the night.
The trio's gritty trademark sound was exactly what was expected and greatly appreciated by the punk rockers ready to pogo non-stop.
A limited edition 7'' vinyl test press record was for sale at the merchandise booth along with T-shirts and CDs.
Only 30 copies of the new record "Infection" were for sale on the tour and were expected to sell out as soon as they hit the table.
Doors opened early for the show at 7 p.m. with over five bands on the bill including Dead Cat Lounge,, The Free Market Anarchists, , and Hell-Bent.
Headliners Unit Six didn't take the stage until almost 12:30 a.m.
Misfit's cover band, Hell-Bent, closed the evening out with all the legendary band's classic sing-a-long anthems.
Next up, has New York City's Trash Rocker Kevin K. performing on Saturday (Aug. 6.)