Windmills and spin-kicks are just the beginning. Walls of Jericho picks up where Bury Your Dead leaves off. The band's enigmatic vocalist just happens to be a woman, and unlike in hardcore's sister genre, metal, Candace Kucsulain's fronting the band isn't an issue with audiences. This woman can kick your ass, and her vocals demand respect. She fronts a group of tough Detroit kids who've annihilated crowds at big gigs like Hellfest in Syracuse, New York, and Riot Fest in Belgium, but now they're back to playing smaller venues. One can only hope the Mason Jar will still be standing after the set.