Move over Jonas Brothers, you've got competition in the 3D concert film market.
First Alice in Wonderland was filmed in 3D, now Alice in Chains' is getting the 3D treatment.
The band announced this week that HDlogix will be filming Friday night's set at KeyArena for a forthcoming 3D concert film project.
Not only will AIC's portion of the concert be filmed in 3D, it will be Alice in Chains' biggest local performance since reuniting in 2005 after the death of Layne Staley in 2002. The band is currently on the Blackdiamondskye tour featuring openers Deftones and Mastodon so be sure to bring earplugs.
The name of the tour is a mashup of the albums each band is supporting. Alice in Chains is still getting mileage out of last year's surprisingly good Black Gives Way to Blue. Earlier this year Deftones released Diamond Eyes, its first album without bassist Chi Cheng and Mastodon is touring behind Crack the Skye, one of the best rock albums of 2009.
Alice has a history of doing some pretty cool things at hometown shows since deciding get the band back together. Their first reunion show in 2005 saw Maynard James Keenan sing "Man In The Box" during a benefit concert for victims of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami and last year the band hosted a listening party for Black Gives Way To Blue at Pacific Science Center's Laser Dome.