Caption from the status update (Bing Translation):
The emotions are still very cool for us to do an accurate account of what was yesterday night, and maybe it's better like this: count all in the heat of the moment, even at risk of forgetting things. Since the announcement that would open up for one of our major influences we had two weeks of much excitement, and some incredulity. Everything went well: the XYZLIVE treated us with the utmost attention. The stage team led by Peter Becker did our sound came out beautiful. We personally know the fine people of people Herod Layne, who played a show killer. The public received us very well (with the flag of Rio Grande do Sul-"Hey, does anyone here want to see us!").
The chapter apart is that the Cure is a simply phenomenal. On stage, 3:15 of a magic show; intense and light at the same time. Out of it, a kindness that left us deeply thrilled. Robert Smith watched our whole show-discreetly in a corner of the stage. Then it was up to our dressing room present us with champagne and praising the show, and gave us the best possible answer as to why we have chosen: "chose a band I wanted to see." At the end of the night the opening bands were invited backstage to drink and talk-and talk was what we did. Has to understand that the Cure is a great band because it is made up of great people, genuinely interested in other people besides themselves. And Robert Smith is a gentleness and sensitivity such that makes you want to sit down and talk out for hours, or invite prum BBQ at home. In a parallel world that perhaps it would be possible, but the chance of having a small insight of the individual behind the persona of the idol (if there is a persona) is something that we will never forget.