In 1986, one man took to a Judas Priest concert with a video camera to document the mayhem prior to a real rock and roll show. The video, aptly titled "Heavy Metal Parking Lot" became a cult classic, and has since inspired a descendant: "Dubstep Parking Lot." Here is our take on the parking lot happenings before this dubstep show at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado. Prepare yourself.
Here's "Dubstep Parking Lot" (last night):
And its predecessor "Heavy Metal Parking Lot" (1986):
See Also: - The people of Global Dub Fest (slide show) - Dubstep for Dummies, a primer for newly minted dubstep fans (infographic) - Video: Welcome to the Dubstep Parking Lot - Review: Global Dub Festival at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, 5/18/12 - Global Dub Festival survival guide
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