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Amon Amarth - Live in Chicago, April, 2011
Review by Peter Lizano

What was billed as “An Evening With Amon Amarth” started the first stop on the tour in Chicago for a sold- out show at the Bottom Lounge. 

Anthrax - Live in Rockford, IL, September 28, 2005
Review by Mike Korn
It's been a long and twisting road for Anthrax, but things seem to have come full circle for them. The band has once again settled into the same classic configuration that unleashed seminal albums like "Among the Living" and "State of Euphoria" upon the world and I must say, it seems very natural and comfortable.
Anthrax - Live in Chicago, October, 2011
Review by Mike Korn

Thrash is back and you better get used to it.

Atreyu - Live at Ozzfest, 2004, Alpine Valley, WI
Review by Arnold Hablewitz
Coming from the same school of hardcore-meets-metal as Bleeding Through (that being Orange County), but having a much more melodic and almost downright emo-inspired tinge to it, Atreyu is another band I waited in high hopes for. Their ictory debut "Suicide Notes and Butterfly Kisses" suffered from that all-too-common problem of all the right ingredients and not getting the best end result, but the new disc was most impressive on every level.
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