Clark, New Jersey hosted the first ever Food Truck and Rock Carnival this weekend. We were there to document all the sights and sounds, but like any fest some acts stood out more than others. Check out the best of the best performances here!
It's probably hard to breakout a cello and a violin and still remain one of the heaviest bands at a mostly metal fest, but Skillet has mastered the art. Kudos to them!
Godsmack closed out night two of the fest, drawing the biggest crowd with the biggest attitude. Their songs deal with domination and destruction, and that air of machismo was felt throughout the park.
New Jersey acts as a second home to thrash icons Anthrax, so seeming them live here felt extraordinarily powerful. Oh, and Scott Ian is still a god. Trust us.
The post-grunge icons reminded us just why we love their "Blurry" tunes on day one of the fest. Puddle Of Mudd dominated the main stage as the sun set over the park in New Jersey...if only songs of adolescent angst could be romantic!
They don't call him Zakk Wylde for anything! Black Label Society boasted of the most leather on stage and off it, their chugging tunes only served to mirror their badass attitude. Rock on!
No one does metal like Atlanta, and no one does Atlanta metal like Sevendust. Their headlining spot day one was something to remember...it's no wonder we counted a whopping 19 Sevendust shirts before the band even took the stage. Dedication!