18.01.2016

Atrocity & Leaves’ Eyes across Latin America 2015 – Brazil Part 1

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NO SLEEP FOR THE WICKED Atrocity & Leaves’ Eyes across Latin America 2015 A report by Liv Kristine 27.May & 28.May Our flight to Curitiba took us only a few hours. Luggage pick up, check in and immigration during transit was smooth and really quick, however, some running to the already closing gate could not be avoided. After arrival, we had some time go for a walk through the city’s pedestrian zone. Streets with no traffic seems to be a seldom attraction in Latin America. The coffee was excellent and the vegetarian restaurant next door to the hotel superb. We  more…

14.01.2016

Atrocity & Leaves’ Eyes across Latin America 2015 – Uruguay

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NO SLEEP FOR THE WICKED Atrocity & Leaves’ Eyes across Latin America 2015 A report by Liv Kristine 26. May Discovering the fact that the sea was just four blocks away from the hotel some of us decided to go for a walk. Per chance we met lovely Paulina and Rodrigo who gladly showed us around the city. We ended up at a German cafĂ©, “Oro del Rhin” near Plaza de Indepencia for cake and coffee. Our brand new Uruguayan friends were of course invited to tonight’s show. The audience was excellent and we all surely lifted the roof on  more…

12.01.2016

Atrocity & Leaves’ Eyes across Latin America 2015 – Argentina

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NO SLEEP FOR THE WICKED Atrocity & Leaves’ Eyes across Latin America 2015 A report by Liv Kristine 24. and 25. May The wake-up alarm called at 3:45 a.m. and I truly wanted to imagine that it was just a bad joke. The two flights to Buenos Aires felt like torture and it felt like a true relief to finally arrive at the Scala Hotel. Cristian Chaca Carcagno , Gaby Sisti,Marina Di Paolo and the local promoter team helped us the best they could to make us feel comfortable. The gig was absolutely killer – the audience greeted us warmly  more…

10.01.2016

Atrocity & Leaves’ Eyes across Latin America 2015 – Bolivia (Part 1)

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NO SLEEP FOR THE WICKED Atrocity & Leaves’ Eyes across Latin America 2015 A report by Liv Kristine 22.May Fans and Gustavo’s team had gathered at the airport 5:30 a.m. to greet us warmly with food and drinks and embracement, which was sorely needed. To mention that we all felt kind of dizzy is an understatement; we were completely worn out. The third flight in a row that night with no real possibility for sleep whatsoever in sight, awaited us. Arriving in Cochabamba, Bolivia, at a very early time, we were amazed that the streets were incredibly busy. During our  more…

Atrocity & Leaves’ Eyes across Latin America 2015 – Bolivia Part 2

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NO SLEEP FOR THE WICKED Atrocity & Leaves’ Eyes across Latin America 2015 A report by Liv Kristine 23. May Our early flight to La Paz took us 30 minutes only. Enough to have a nap and just enough to have a cup of local tea which felt like true energy. From above we saw foot paths, tiny villages and lonely houses in the middle of the Andes La Paz is famous for its altitude of about 4.000 metres. More local tea and an oxygen mask helped us getting through the soundcheck and the show, however, my passion for running  more…