Day two of Chicago Open Air brought even more mayhem to fans at Toyota Park, spoiling them with heavy doses of the finest metal and rock from bands they love. Chicago-based headliners, Disturbed, eneded the evening with their eclectic style of metal mayhem to a jam-packed crowd on Saturday night.
KoRn connected with an audience of diehard fans sharing aggressive high fives over a compilation of hits that drew up a sense of nostalgia.
Michigan rockers and one of the most dynamic and and exciting live bands out there, Pop Evil, left the crowd mesmerized by their dynamic performance style.
American Hard Rock band, Alter Bridge, has risen as one of the top kickass acts in their genre since their birthing over a decade ago.
Fans flocked Toyota Park to catch Benjamin Burnley and the gentleman of Breaking Benjamin for a cinematic rock set that was both ethereal and memorable.
Enigmatic frontman, Levi Benton, and the metalcore middleweights of Miss May I were louder than life. Mosh pits and crowd surfing galore, the prolific and talented vocalist riled up a storm.
Deathheaven spacious and melodic black metal style combined with their dramatic tendencies dominating the second stage and the highly anticipated performance from Liverpool grindcore godfathers, Carcass, showcased how the band’s progression has become a cultural force for the masses.
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Written by Jessica Golich on behalf of ROCKwellUnscene Magazine.