• AiC hace vibrar a México

    8 Oct 2013, 16:50 de mynystry

    Sat 5 Oct – Alice in Chains

    http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/_/91156295/alice.jpg

    Desde que supe que venían a México sabía que no me lo podría perder por nada del mundo. AiC ha sido una de mis bandas favoritas desde siempre, y después de la muerte de Layne ya me había resignado a que no los vería en vivo, pero ¡oh sorpresa!, que se reúnen resguardados bajo la genialidad de Cantrell y la frescura del vocalista William DuVall.

    Para mí Black Gives Way to Blue fue un discazo, y me lamenté de que por unas semanas no tuve chance de ver la gira, ya que en aquel tiempo estaba viviendo en Londres (y no en Leondres), pero se me acabó el veinte poco antes de la fecha del concierto de Alice. Un gran camarada si fue a verlos a Nottingham y siendo él uno de los fans más acérrimos de Layne fue con cierto escepticismo al show. Para su sorpresa fue a un conciertón y hasta me regaló una playerita de recuerdo el canijo (Gracias a Paquita por ese detallazo).

  • Alice in Chains at Glens Falls, NY (May 19th, 2010)

    26 Sep 2010, 8:58 de TheAlleviated

    Wed 19 May – Alice in Chains

    http://img15.imageshack.us/img15/9611/aic01.jpg
    Concert ticket, wrist band, and the front/back of the guitar pick
    I came to the show without much of an expectation after having seen the NIN/JA tour last summer. After driving for over 3 hours with my friend ppk700 and two others, we arrived at the venue just minutes after the doors opened at 6:30pm. The parking wasn't too far of a walk and getting in was quite the breeze. At the entrance, security guys were checking people and asking them to show what was in their pockets. Upon being asked what was in my pockets, I shrugged and was allowed to pass by with my point and shoot camera pocketed. It was sticking out quite a bit out of my pocket, but luckily enough my flannel shirt covered that. After making a trip down to the bathroom, we got up as close as we could, approximately 4 rows of people back from the stage. At 8:00pm, an unexpected (they weren't billed) opening band took the stage and played 6 songs, taking up about 20-25 minutes. …
  • Alice in Chains at Glens Falls, NY (May 19th, 2010)

    21 May 2010, 1:15 de TheKiller_IsMe

    Wed 19 May – Alice in Chains

    http://img15.imageshack.us/img15/9611/aic01.jpg
    Concert ticket, wrist band, and the front/back of the guitar pick
    I came to the show without much of an expectation after having seen the NIN/JA tour last summer. After driving for over 3 hours with my friend ppk700 and two others, we arrived at the venue just minutes after the doors opened at 6:30pm. The parking wasn't too far of a walk and getting in was quite the breeze. At the entrance, security guys were checking people and asking them to show what was in their pockets. Upon being asked what was in my pockets, I shrugged and was allowed to pass by with my point and shoot camera pocketed. It was sticking out quite a bit out of my pocket, but luckily enough my flannel shirt covered that. After making a trip down to the bathroom, we got up as close as we could, approximately 4 rows of people back from the stage. At 8:00pm, an unexpected (they weren't billed) opening band took the stage and played 6 songs, taking up about 20-25 minutes. …