Trevyn Days of Distance Defined sings during the Fall Freakshow concert Friday night at the Juneau Arts & Culture Center. Days, who plays guitar for the Anchorage-based metal band, was born and raised in Juneau. Distance Defined headlined the show and encouraged a moshing crowd to form a circle pit. They instructed the rowdy dancers to look out for each other. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)

Trevyn Days of Distance Defined sings during the Fall Freakshow concert Friday night at the Juneau Arts & Culture Center. Days, who plays guitar for the Anchorage-based metal band, was born and raised in Juneau. Distance Defined headlined the show and encouraged a moshing crowd to form a circle pit. They instructed the rowdy dancers to look out for each other. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)

Fall Freakshow concert brings metal acts to the JACC

Distance Defined, Before You’re Nothing, the Psychotics and more performed

BY BEN HOHENSTATT

Capital City Weekly


• Contact arts and culture reporter Ben Hohenstatt at 523-2243 or bhohenstatt@juneauempire.com. Follow him on Twitter at @capweekly.


Trevyn Days of Distance Defined adjusts Trevyn Days adjusts his wristband while talking to the audience during the Fall Freakshow concert. Distance Defined is a metalcore band from Anchorage that includes brothers Trevyn and Trentyn Days from Juneau.

Trevyn Days of Distance Defined adjusts Trevyn Days adjusts his wristband while talking to the audience during the Fall Freakshow concert. Distance Defined is a metalcore band from Anchorage that includes brothers Trevyn and Trentyn Days from Juneau.

Before You’re Nothing got the crowd head banging and thrashing at Friday’s Fall Freakshow metal concert. Their set included a couple of System of a Down covers as well as a hard-rocking take on the Rolling Stones’ classic “Paint It Black.” (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)

Before You’re Nothing got the crowd head banging and thrashing at Friday’s Fall Freakshow metal concert. Their set included a couple of System of a Down covers as well as a hard-rocking take on the Rolling Stones’ classic “Paint It Black.” (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)

Trentyn Days, bassist for Distance Defined, plays during the Fall Freakshow concert at Juneau Arts & Culture Center. Trentyn’s brother, Trevyn, plays guitar for Distance Defined, both brothers are originally from Juneau. Their Mother, Cassandra Days, was head banging and singing along in the audience.

Trentyn Days, bassist for Distance Defined, plays during the Fall Freakshow concert at Juneau Arts & Culture Center. Trentyn’s brother, Trevyn, plays guitar for Distance Defined, both brothers are originally from Juneau. Their Mother, Cassandra Days, was head banging and singing along in the audience.

Seth Santana, vocalist for Before You’re Nothing, holds up a plastic shark during the Fall Freakshow metal concert at the JACC. The toy shortly thereafter was tossed into the audience. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)

Seth Santana, vocalist for Before You’re Nothing, holds up a plastic shark during the Fall Freakshow metal concert at the JACC. The toy shortly thereafter was tossed into the audience. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)

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