Like A Storm at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Tinley Park

Like A Storm warm up the crowd at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, ready for Shinedown and Godsmack to take to the stage.

New Zealand band, Like A Storm, are clearly no strangers to the Tinley Park crowd, as many fans are in attendance, singing along, punching their fists in the air. 

If you haven’t come across these guys, they are definitely worth a listen. Bringing their own blend of heavy rock with guitar riffs aplenty, and a good dose of didgeridoo, they have their own unique style. They are currently touring in support of their recent release, Catacombs, and what better way to bring it out to the masses than performing in front of Shinedown and Godsmack crowds.

These boys are no strangers to sharing the stage with acts of this stature, having previously opened for Creed, Alter Bridge, Korn and Puddle Of Mudd. There’s nothing better on a sunny summer Friday evening than visiting your local amphitheater and rocking out to great music and tonight is one of those nights. From the very first note, the already rather full Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre is up for a great night of music, and the crowd are fully engrossed in the onstage performance. They surely have picked up some additional followers from tonight’s show.

It might only have been a brief five-song set, but it was enough to get the crowd warmed up and raring to go for the evening ahead. They opened with “Pure Evil” from their new album, before delving back to their previous album, Awaken The Fire, for “Become The Enemy”, “Wish You Hell” and “Love The Way You Hate Me.”

Here’s hoping it’s not too long before these guys are back in town for a longer show of their own. Looking at the number of fans in attendance tonight, it would surely be a popular event. They are definitely worth checking out as they bring a refreshing new life to the scene. 

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About Kirstine Walton 386 Articles
Kirstine moved from the UK to Chicago in 2011, and has fallen in love with the city and its music scene. She enjoys combining her two biggest passions – music and photography. If there is a band with a guitar playing, chances are she’ll be there…camera in hand. Kirstine went to her first live concert at 7 years old, and hasn’t looked back since!

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