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Review by SplitOpenAndMalt
First off, they let me bring a glass bottle of Jack Daniels into the venue while not allowing my buddy to bring in a water bottle cap-- can you believe that?? Only in Vegas.
Prior to the show, me and my show partner were discussing how Axilla hadn't been played in a while-- and how the proximity between Axilla and Axilla (Pt. II)'s most recent performance was minimal. We had a show that didn't disappoint. Mike's Song was easily the highlight of Set I, and Fishman was on one all night. He sounded fantastic and continuously let the band feed off of his energy.
Ass Handed was a cool second set opener, and the Tweezer went deep in itself. Set II picked up with the Funky Bitch and Reba mostly-- both must-listen versions of the song. Julius was an awesome closer too. The environment in the MGM was definitely palpable. What a Halloween run this far!! We'll see you tomorrow night.