November 11, 2022 – Amon Amarth SOLD OUT the Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas with special guests Cattle Decapitation, Obituary, and Carcass. We were surprised to see Carcass on this date, since all of the promotion stated they would not be performing this date of The Great Heathen tour. There was also no approval for photos of their set but enjoy a couple of cell phone shots. It was great to see them perform again so soon after seeing them at Psycho a few months ago.

Cattle Decapitation

Cattle Decapitation is one of those bands who never disappoint. They really brought the energy and kicked off the evening right!


Opening with Redneck Stomp and closing out with Don’t Care; Obituary delivered yet another grueling set for us. They were on point with their energy and they sounded very tight and solid!

Amon Amarth

The beginning of Amon Amarth’s set started with the overhead playing Run to the Hills by Iron Maiden, and you could already hear and feel the fans getting ready for the epicness that was to come! Amon Amarth played an incredibly varied setlist, and though their full stage production didn’t quite fit on this stage, there was definitely zero skimping on any of the key elements of the evening. From Viking battles, to the rowing crowd, to the giant serpent at the end of the night. The only word to describe it is EPIC.


  1. Guardians of Asgaard
  2. Raven’s Flight
  3. Deceiver of the Gods
  4. Oden Owns You All
  5. The Pursuit of Vikings
  6. The Great Heathen Army
  7. Find a Way or Make One
  8. Destroyer of the Universe
  9. Put Your Back Into the Oar
  10. Cry of the Black Birds
  11. The Way of Vikings
  12. First Kill
  13. Shield Wall
  14. Raise Your Horns
  15. Twilight of the Thunder God
Listen to The Great Heathen Army!

All photos by Courtney Ware for ZrockR Magazine 2022. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

By Courtney Ware

Lead photographer, art director, sometimes editor, and writer for ZrockR Magazine- I am a mother, wife, photographer and a metalhead. Las Vegas Native. I first picked up a camera at 12 years old and I have been carrying one around ever since. I have an incredibly deep connection and love for my Las Vegas local music scene, this is where I first fell in love with music photography and knew that this is what I wanted to be doing with my time here on this planet. I say I'm a metalhead but I really love all kinds of music, I just connect the most with metal. Concerts are my happy place, and the happiest you'll ever see me is at a show with my camera in hand!

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