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Tales From The Pit: Knocked Out At Figure Four

We've been talking to bands and fans to get their favorite mosh pit stories. This is actually from a Metal Underground reader, Nate.

“A few years back I went to see Figure Four, and I probably picked the worst spot in the whole crowd to stand. Although it was nice to get closer to stage, I was feeling a little nervous about being so close to the throngs of thirty year olds that come out with tough-guy comes to town. But I was chillin...having a good time. Then Kill and Deceive came up, and about halfway through I got kicked straight on the side of my head. It was "Now I know your weakness" and the lights went out. Thankfully someone was looking out for me. I came a couple minutes later propped up against the wall. A lit cigarette hung in my mouth.”

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