Anthrax delivers a fierce set for the 1st ever That Metal Show concert at Thunder Valley Resort

Posted: July 27, 2014 in Band, Concerts, Heavy Metal, Metal, music
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We made it Friday night to the 1st ever That Metal Show concert which was held at the Thunder Valley Casino Resort in Lincoln, CA. The lineup included local favorite Burn Halo, Corey Taylor, Living Colour and Anthrax along with the hosts of That Metal Show; Don Jamieson, Eddie Trunk and Jim Florentine.

We left early to make sure we had lots of time to hang out and get ready for a blazing night of metal. Well, after two accidents and road closures, what was to be a 2 hour ride doubled to 4. We arrived in time to hear the last two songs of Burn Halo which we were really looking forward to. We look forward to catch them at Aftershock in September. Corey Taylor did a great acoustic set and Living Colour got the crowd revved up and ready for more.

 

The heat was blazing at well over a 100 deg and then it really kicked up the heat when Anthrax took to the stage. One thing is certain when you go to an Anthrax show, your energy is at full throttle and you have metal running through your veins. The venue had seating from front to back but that didn’t stop from the crowd making their own fierce moshing in the aisles. It was intense and they sounded spot on, especially for an outdoor concert. The crowd had a wide range of ages, from the metal youngsters to the seniors, everyone was headbanging and had their horns in the air!

Check out the photos by our Rockin Ryan of their set:

 

 

It had me excited and already asking about when is the next Anthrax concert!! Make sure to visit their social media sites and stay up to date on their latest news.

~ Marisol

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