Them Bones wrote:Violent Corpse wrote:Them Bones wrote:BSC wrote:Saw Alice In Chains last night. They blew me away, I was expecting it to be good, but not that good! The setlist was great, opening with Dirt was incredible. Grind was a highlight and closing the main set with Sludge Factory was awesome. Nutshell and Down In a Hole were show stoppers.
I had a lot of respect for William Duvall before, but my respect for him has sky rocketed. He's filled massive shoes, but he's so confident live, loads of energy. To say he nailed it vocally is an understatement. He sings the lyrics with such conviction that it's almost as if he wrote them and experienced what the guys all experienced back in the day. He added a few guitar licks in Got Me Wrong, and I didn't realise he played the solo in Phantom Limb! It's a shame really, a lot of people say Layne Staley is one of their favourite singers, for completely right reasons, but William does what Layne did and more (with no disrespect to Layne), yet he doesn't get no where near as much recognition.
Awesome man... Did they play Rotten Apple? If theres one band I want to see live before curtains fall, its AIC. Damn they don't show up in India. If any of you ever come across these guys, please oh please tell em they have fans waiting to listen to em live down here.
At least you guys get some good bands touring there. Pakistan gets nothing!
Man, honestly, its been a while since we got anything decent. The last big gig was Metallica, and its kinda saturated with the numerous not so great metal bands showing up. We need bands like Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, Chains Tool etc to show up. By the way, Call used to be decent, what went wrong with Junaid? Man they had some cool tunes.
Yeah man. They all need to tour in the sub-continent.
No idea what's up with Call. I only like one or two songs by them. I'm surprised you know about them.
How's the underground metal scene going over there?