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American Motherload In Chicago, Illinois

I have photographed these guys four times. Just love them. Best part is, they treat me like Royalty. There sophomore album COME TO LIFE, is a must have for all Rock and Metal fans alike. With songs like, Suckerpunch and Mud to Dust. This is on band to be reckoned with, Hailing from Chicago, IL. American Motherload plays the Midwest area. They are currently in pre production to the new CD. Hitting the studio in about 1 month. There is some talk about me going to the studio to help document the recording process with my camera. REALLY looking forward to it.

Now for the show. With Aarron on drums, Geoff on Bass and Ray on guitar. These guys served up a tight ass set. With Bens vocals, Great tone about his voice. WOW, What a show!. They graced the audience with 2 new songs that I personally loved. What was really cool about the show was, they did a melody of Led Zeppelin songs. I never seen that side of American Motherload and I just loved it. Hope to see that again at upcoming AM shows. The crowd just LOVED it.

The set list is as follows:

Not Falling
Face Down
Put Me Out
Come to Life
Venus/Drown
Led Zeppelin Melody
Explain Again
Throw The Stone
Holding On
Mud To Dust
SuckerPunch
Walk a Mile
Clear

PLEASE do yourself a favor and check these guys out.
http://www.AmericanMotherload.com

I think if you give these guys a chance, you will be a fan.

UPDATE: You can check out the photos from the show in the photo gallery.

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1. Vile Order writes:

These guys are a great local band in Chicago!

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