Saturday, December 3, 2011

VIDEO: Watch full Alice In Chains set from Chile

Alice In Chains recently played the Maquinaria Festival in Santiago, Chile.

The Seattle rockers were on a bill with Megadeth, Chris Cornell , Loaded and Faith No More.

Loaded's Duff McKagan joined them for the first encore song, the AIC classic "Rooster."

The band were very impressed with the reaction and support from the Chilean fans, writes AIC associate Baldy.

“When the band walked out on stage, the place erupted, and with the first “Ah!” of ‘Them Bones,’ the venue absolutely exploded,” writes Baldy. “I literally couldn’t hear [singer] William [DuVall] or [guitarist] Jerry [Cantrell] singing for the first two songs, as the fans were singing every word and completely drowning out the vocals coming from the stage.”

“I’m not ashamed to say that I was covered in goose bumps for the first two songs of the set. It was that incredible. There’s no question that Santiago was one of the top 5 crowds I’ve ever seen at an Alice In Chains show, and it wouldn’t take much to convince me that they may have been the most enthusiastic.”

Video of the full AIC set has surfaced, so fans can now check the action out for themselves.

Alice In Chains
Maquinaria Festival
Club Hipico – Santiago, Chile – November 12, 2011

01. Them Bones
02. Dam That River
03. Rain When I Die
04. Again
05. Check My Brain
06. It Ain't Like That
07. Your Decision
08. Got Me Wrong
09. We Die Young
10. Last of My Kind
11. Down In A Hole
12. Nutshell
13. Acid Bubble
14. Angry Chair
15. Man In The Box

16. Rooster (with Duff McKagan)
17. No Excuses
18. Would?

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Alice In Chains – full set
Maquinaria Festival
Club Hipico – Santiago, Chile – November 12, 2011

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