On the fourth day of Trapt vocalist Chris Taylor Brown’s Twitter rage marathon, a big handful of bands united to call out the musician. Musicians from Sleeping With Sirens, Power Trip, Attila, Dance Gavin Dance, Every Time I Die and more piled onto the “Headstrong” singer, who fought back tooth and nail.

Brown has been labeled racist and xenophobic for denying the existence of white privilege, attacking the “victim mentality” of African Americans, supporting President Trump’s “Chinese virus” rhetoric and more. The Trapt singer eventually started attacking anyone who took him on while justifying the relevance of his band and boasting about the truckloads of money he apparently still makes.

One of the first musicians to call out Chris Taylor Brown was Power Trip vocalist Riley Gale, who extended a challenge in the name of charity:

Other rock and metal artists jumped in from there, adding to this bizarre cultural phenomenon partially fueled by coronavirus isolation:

Trivium's Paolo Gregoletto:

Bad Omens’ Noah Sebastian:

Dance Gavin Dance:

I Prevail’s Eric Vanlerberghe:

Attila’s Chris Fronzak:

Every Time I Die’s Steve Micciche:

Chelsea Grin / Born of Osiris:

The Word Alive’s Tyler ‘Telle’ Smith / Falling in Reverse’s Ronnie Radke / From First to Last’s Travis Richter:

Sleeping With Sirens’ Kellin Quinn:

Cane Hill’s Elijah Witt:

Counterparts' Brendan Murphy:

Anthony Fantano:

Jared Dines / Phil LaBonte / Jason Richardson:

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