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ATTILA, DANCE GAVIN DANCE, THE ACACIA STRAIN And All Of Warped Tour Twitter Ganged Up On TRAPT Last Night


I want to personally thank Trapt for keeping us entertained for the last few days, while most of the world is locked indoors in quarantine. It all began with a 48 hour meltdown attacking folks who criticized Trump. Yesterday, that morphed into a battle with Power Trip over who can draw more fans live. It turns out the Power Trip posturing has now inspired a few other bands to chime in and dunk on Trapt, and frontman Chris Taylor Brown, who runs the account.

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After Power Trip frontman Riley Gale's flawless victory, a few other folks chimed in on metal Twitter to get some jabs in at Trapt. The PRP kept tabs on the epic gangbang of Twitter dunking.

First Brown tried to get into it with Dance Gavin Dance’s Tilian Pearson, and then Continental Concerts booking agent Daniel DeFonce correctly pointed out that Trapt is far outdrawn by Dance Gavin Dance. This led to Chelsea Grin drummer Pablo Viveros posting Trapt's now-canceled itinerary pointing out the rooms they play are 200 – 500 cap rooms, far smaller than these bands Trapt is warring words with.

It began with Bad Omen's Noah Sebastian chiming in:

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This is where Dance Gavin Dance's Tilian Pearson and I Prevail's Dylan Bowman and Eric Vanlerberghe chime in.

This is where cold hard numbers came into play with promoter Daniel DeFonce, and some duinking by Chelsea Grin's Pablo Viveros and Born of Osiris' Lee McKinney:

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Attila's Chris Fronzak noticed all the fun and wanted to chime in as well.

The Acacia Strain's Vincent Bennett was on team Power Trip.

The World Alive's Tyler "Telle" Smith challenged Trapt to put up or shut up.

Fit For A King's Ryan O'Leary tagged in for a quick dunk:

Cane Hill's Elijah Witt summarized the night succinctly:

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