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(Video) Death to the Sun III: A Night of Epic Proportions

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On top of just chasing bands around all night long, we brought along a camera and a big, long microphone to Saturday night's Death to the Sun III at the Snooze in Lake Park. Assembled by yours truly, this is a hectic peek into the music, madness, and mastery of the festival's move to Lake Park.

What resulted is a whirlwind recap of the sights and sounds of the night, and there's a penis made out of push pins if you look really closely. Here's our full review.


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