A local metal show at the Austin, Texas record store Trailer Space Records turned violent after an argument reportedly erupted between attendees in a mosh pit. Once things escalated, both parties were told to leave the venue by owner Spot Long, as KVUE reports. 

[Photo via Austin Police Department]

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Once outside, however, the disagreement spiraled out of control. A knife was brought out and four people were subsequently stabbed.

Jimmy Baylor, 23, was arrested and charged with second-degree aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. 

He, along with a friend, entered the venue earlier that night and disrupted concert goers with a seemingly belligerent demeanor. Baylor, a reportedly tall male with a swastika tattooed on his chest, currently has a bail of $50,000.

According to police, those injured are expected to make a full recovery.