ShipRocked 2012: Korn, In This Moment, P.O.D. + More – Day 2 Recap + Gallery
Waking up in sunny Key West Fla., after a serious night of partying was the case for some on the ship while others slept in and awoke to the sound of Lit in the afternoon to kick off the second day of music mayhem.
Frontman A. Jay Popoff of Lit donned his very fashionable red-rimmed sunglasses as he worked the stage. It’s always a fun time when Lit perform, especially with their animated and energetic stage presence.
After Lit, onetime Guns N’ Roses guitarist Gilby Clarke rocked the Deck Stage with some serious riffage.
P.O.D. gave one hell of a performance as they unleashed in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Sonny Sandoval sang eye to eye with many fans but that wasn’t close enough for him as he belted out various P.O.D. anthems that ShipRockers knew and loved.
After a half hour of technical difficulties and even a little bit of rain The Halo Method featuring — took the stage next and was joined by Art Of Dying frontman Jonny Hetherington performed Alice In Chains ‘Would?’
In This Moment crushed on their last day of the cruise since they had to fly to another show. They gave a blistering performance and got ‘Blood’ pumping by kicking off their set with ‘Adrenalize’ from their latest record.
Korn’s first performance of the cruise was indoor at the Carlo Felice Theater. The band put on a flawless show by playing numerous hits such as old school hits such as ‘Blind,’ ‘No Place to Hide’ and new school hits ‘Chaos Lives In Everything’ and ‘Get Up’ off of their ‘Path of Totality’ record.
Other acts of the day included Fuel, Geoff Tate and Filter, who ended the night with an intimate set at the very aptly named Zebra Lounge.
Check Out Photos of Bands Performing on Day 2 of Shiprocked 2012:
The Halo Method:
In This Moment: