Korn & Alice In Chains: The Nothing Tour
(Atlanta, GA 7/29/2019) Iconic rock bands Korn, Alice In Chains and Underoath took the stage by storm at Ameris Bank Amphitheater in Alpharetta Thursday night. You can find Korn's newly released single 'You'll never find me' is on their album 'The Nothing' which is available on September 13th, you can pre-order your copy of the album here.
Korn kicked off the night with one of their older songs 'Here to Stay' which is off their 'Untouchables' album from 2002. The crowd was head-banging like crazy, the bassist 'Fieldy' slapping the bass which was really entertaining to watch because he had glow in the dark bass strings.
Direct support for Korn was alternative/grunge band Alice In Chains. Alice In Chains had a rocking performance playing classic Alice In Chains songs off their most popular album, Dirt which was released in 1992. Guitarist Jerry Cantrell is one of the original members of Alice In Chains, he took over as vocals after the passing of Layne Staley in 2002. The band recruited William DuVall in 2006 and is now the frontman and guitarist.
Alice In Chains performed 'Check My Brain' 'Man In The Box', 'Would'. It was my first time seeing the band perform, William DuVall couldn't have been a better selection as lead vocalist because he sounded very similar to Staley. The final song of their set was 'Rooster', one of their most iconic songs.
Tampa-based alt/screamo band Underoath brings the Florida heat with them to the stage. They ignited the night with songs off their album 'Erase Me' which was launched last year.
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